Unclear. Has said need ethics reform, but no stands requiring this.
Yes. Backed bills to require.
Unknown, although Citizens United PAC supported for Attorney General.
No. Restore reasonable limits.
Yes, but asked for more time for coal plants to implement Obama Clean Power Plan, while opposing its repeal. Opposed carbon tax but supports US participation in Paris Climate Accord.
Yes. Was lawyer in Hobby Lobby case that gave businesses religious freedom rights to withhold this coverage.
No current stand.
Yes. Supports Second Amendment, but supports background checks, closing gun show loophole, assault rifle ban.
Repeal & replace ACA, which “was never constitutional.” Part of lawsuit to end required coverage of pre-existing conditions.
Supports “improving” ACA. Offered Senate resolution to protect coverage of pre-existing conditions.
Opposes general path to citizenship. “Amnesty is not the answer.” Supports Trump border wall. Position on DACA unclear. Criticized McCaskill for “giving illegal immigrants a free pass and allowing them to use children as a human shield.”
Voted for 2010 DREAM Act. Worked on bipartisan immigration proposal with path to citizenship for DACA kids combined with more border security. Opposes Trump’s wall and family separations. Has opposed general path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.
Hasn’t made up mind. “Worried it may actually result in lost jobs.”
N/A, but has disagreed with Trump “on nothing that has happened so far.”
45% as of Sept 1.
Yes. Co-sponsored Elizabeth Warren proposal to refinance student loans. Supports increasing Pell Grants.
Defended strict Missouri Voter ID Law, but may have just been in his role as Attorney General.
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