Yes. “Congress cannot let Arizona cities and towns go bankrupt in their fight against COVID-19 — that would only hurt Arizonans and our economy.”
No recent stand found. In 2012 opposed higher-ed funding but in 2014 said Congress should “bring the cost of education down and make it affordable and available.”
Unclear. Supported U.S. killing of Iranian General Soleimani without such approval. “It’s good that he’s dead.”
No. Voted against requiring Congressional authorization of attacks on Iran.
Yes. Gun owner co-launched “Giffords,” urging universal background checks to limit mass shootings and “keep guns out of the hands of stalkers and domestic abusers.”
Yes. Says Senate should give a path to citizenship now for “Dreamers” who’ve grown up here and “are contributing to their communities — just like my kids.”
No. Previously supported path to citizenship, but now backs the “Securing America’s Future Act” that limits options to applying for “contingent non-immigrant status.”
Mixed. Would strengthen “border security” with tech investments, well-staffed ports of entry and physical barriers “where effective.” But wants “fair and efficient process for immigrants who qualify for asylum.”
Yes. Favored Trump decision to divert money from defense budget to help build the wall. Co-sponsored bill with tough immigration, visa, and border enforcement provisions.
Yes. Says he would have voted Trump guilty on both articles of impeachment and “pushed to hear from firsthand witnesses.”
Yes. Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Will “reject efforts to make it harder for women to access vital health care services.”
Mostly yes. Would reform policing with “action, transparency, and independent oversight,” and would address “racial justice issues in our country that threaten Black lives.”
No. Opposes tax cuts to the wealthy because “I think we need to be looking out for the middle class.”
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