Sharron Angle, the GOP nominee challenging Nevada Senator Harry Reid, doesn't want Intel's gay-tainted money.

The Associated Press first reported on a four-page questionnaire filled out by Angle for the Washington-based group Government is not God, which has endorsed Angle's candidacy.

Among her positions, Angle opposes protections based on sexual orientation and gay adoption. She also believes clergy should be allowed to campaign from the pulpit on behalf of political candidates, which is currently banned by the federal government.

The full questionnaire has now been leaked and the Washington Post has posted the document on the Internet.

Angle's opposition to gay marriage was already well established – she boasts about her support for Nevada's ban on gay marriage at her website – but her dislike for gay people goes well beyond marriage.

In a section titled POLITICS, Angle, a Southern Baptist, says she would refuse PAC money from those who are fundamentally opposed to her views on social issues.

“In reference to question 35A, Intel Corporation supports 'equal rights for gays' and offers benefits to 'partners' of homosexual employees. Would you refuse funds from this corporate PAC?”

“Yes,” Angle checked.

The Senate hopeful is married to Ted Angle. The couple has two children and ten grandchildren.

Senate Majority Leader Reid, who is facing pressure from gay groups to step up his support for gay rights bills, narrowly leads Angle in most polls.