Legal. Cosponsored Women’s Health Protection Act of 2015, ensuring continued access to safe, legal abortion.
Ban. Supported bills making it more burdensome to get an abortion. Defines life as starting from conception.
Unknown on ads. No to limiting political donations. Opposes regulation of political contributions.
Yes to all 3. Voted for 2015 amendment that “climate change is real & human activity contributes.” Urged Trump administration to rejoin Climate Accord. Supports comprehensive approach.
No. Favors spending cuts, except for spending on a border wall & the military.
Says vouchers are a “possibility.”
Yes. Signed letter to Senate leadership supporting continued funding. Voted against defunding.
Yes. Has worked to continue DACA program. Wanted to create a 13-year accountable path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants already here.
No DACA statement. Calls pathway to citizenship “possible,” but supports making illegal immigrants return to home country before applying for citizenship.
No. Don’t leave international agreements & nuclear inspections. Negotiate more comprehensive agreement.
No current statement but voted in 2007 to increase to current $7.25 level.
Yes. Opposes recent FCC decision to eliminate net neutrality.
No. Voted with Trump 31% as of October 3, 2018.
Yes. “He is doing a great job.” Voting rate not applicable: Has not held federal office.
Unknown about federal financial aid, but supported MN bill for tax credits for student loans & 529 college savings plans.
Yes. Voted in 2008 to restore pre-2001 top income tax rate. Opposed Trump plan’s tax cuts for the wealthy, which increased national debt.
No. Signed 2014 amendment to strengthen Voting Rights Act that prohibits racial discrimination in voting. Tried to ban requiring photo IDs that suppress voting. Supports automatically registering voters.
No. 2018 survey response was “There is no need to make voter registration easier.”
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