Legal. Keep safe, legal & woman’s choice. Could support reasonable restrictions on late-term abortions if exceptions for rape, incest, mother’s health & viability of the fetus.
Has offered numerous bills to increase more campaign finance disclosure from lobbyists & candidates. Would limit political donations.
No. Voted against 2012 DISCLOSE Act. Also against limiting political donations.
Yes to limiting greenhouse gases. One of top priorities is protecting the environment.
No on Obama greenhouse gas limits as assault on coal. Urged withdrawing from Paris Climate Accord, saying does no good & will harm US economy.
No specific stand, but strong general supporter of women’s access to contraception.
Won’t prejudge before hearings—part of partisanship poisoning democracy.
Knows Mississippi farmers are bracing for negative impacts, but hopes “end results will be greater opportunities”
Yes. Introduced unsuccessful 2018 bill to create nonpartisan Commission.
No position found.
Yes to both. Gun owner & hunter, but “common sense gun safety measures” don’t mean “you’re anti-gun or anti-Second Amendment.”
No to both. “Do not feel more gun control laws are the answer to the problems confronting our nation.”
Support. “Improving this plan, not weakening it, will be a top priority for me from day one.” Strong supporter of Medicaid expansion.
Yes. Allow continued funding. “Women should have access to the best healthcare available.”
No. Signed on to Supreme Court brief arguing for defunding.
Yes. DACA kids have met the requirements we asked; are in school or working; are paying taxes. Supports practical border security & earned path as part of comprehensive reform.
No. Filed amendment barring the use of federal funds to administer DACA. Voted against immigration reform bills that included earned path to citizenship. Opposes amnesty.
Yes. “The United States needs to go back to the drawing board & work toward a better deal.”
“I have been critical of President Trump & will continue to be as long as he demeans the presidency.”
Consistent & vocal supporter. Voted 96% with Trump as of October 1, 2018.
No current statement found, but some previous support for letting workers invest portion in private accounts.
Yes. Introduced bill giving tax credits for renewable energy & energy efficiency investments.
Has voted against tax credits for renewables. Supports all-of-the-above plan emphasizing liquified coal as a renewable approach.
Unknown on Warren bill. But supports loan forgiveness program & making 2-year colleges tuition free.
No. Giveaway to top 1% that increases long-term debt. Instead “require corporations & the very wealthy to pay their fair share while providing real permanent tax relief for low & moderate working people.”