Legal. Says women should “have the freedom to decide when & how to raise a family.”
1. Unclear. Said we need “adequate regulations” to ensure candidates raise funds ethically & transparently but supports “free market” for campaigns. 2. Yes. Supports Citizen United: “I would be in support of the way it is right now.”
Yes. As MN Lt. Governor, introduced jobs & infrastructure bill to support local economies & create nearly 23,000 jobs.
Unclear on vouchers. Says she is a “school choice person.”
No position found.
Yes. Supports “marriage equality” & “LGBTQ equality.”
Yes. Supports “common-sense gun laws” to keep guns from criminals & dangerous individuals: bump stock, assault weapon & high-capacity magazine bans.
Yes. Was vice-president of MN, ND & SD Planned Parenthood. Opposed proposal to block state family planning grants to Planned Parenthood because of its role in providing abortion services.
No. Sees public funds better spent at women’s health clinics that “provide real family planning services.”
Unclear. Wants to give a work requirement “serious consideration” as a way to prevent fraud & waste.
No. In 2017 in MN Senate, voted to prohibit local governments from raising local minimum wage. Voted against raising MN minimum in 2013 & 2014.
Believes in “80% of what he’s doing,” except tariffs & border separation.
Yes. Cosponsored Warren’s Bank on Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act.
No position found.
Yes. Supports the Republican tax act, saying, “there are a lot of good policies in there.”
Other senate candidates include Sarah Wellington (Legal Marijuana Now Party) & Jerry Trooien (I). Due to limited space, we can only include candidates who poll 15% or higher, but encourage you to check out their websites.
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