Yes. “Strengthen and extend coverage under the ACA.” Wants North Carolina to expand Medicaid.
Yes. “One of the most urgent issues facing us.” State has “seen the effects of climate change firsthand through the historic storms and flooding.” Supports efforts to move to 100% renewable energy by 2050, rejoin Paris Agreement and train workers for green jobs.
Mixed. Previously doubted human role and supported Trump withdrawal from Paris climate agreement. Now sees climate change as solvable with “responsible market-driven solutions.” Supported Trump rule easing emission limits on coal-fired power plants.
Wait. “Sen. Tillis supported that very idea in 2016. He trusted and wanted to hear from the American people in 2016. He doesn’t today. Rather than act as a check and balance, Senator Tillis has written a blank check.”
Loosen. Voted in favor of rolling back Dodd-Frank banking regulations. Says the CFPB needs more “oversight from Congress.”
No. Supports promoting Second Amendment rights. Co-sponsored bill to allow concealed- handgun carry across state lines.
Yes. Calls for “comprehensive immigration reform” that “protects DREAMers and provides a fair pathway to citizenship.”
Mixed. Against Trump diverting funds from military bases for border wall, but wants a mix of “physical barriers, technology and manpower.”
Yes. Was “appalled the Senate did not hear from witnesses or request documents.” Would “vote to convict” Trump. Considers him bad role model for the next generation.
Unclear. Sees killing of Iranian general as “high risk.” “Congress needs to reassert its role in conducting military operations.”
No. Voted against a bipartisan Senate resolution requiring congressional authorization for military action in Iran.
Mostly no. In 2012 helped add same-sex- marriage ban to North Carolina constitution. Supported repeal of “bathroom bill.”
No. Opposes marijuana legalization, but backs study of effectiveness for medical use.
No recent position found. In 2014 opposed a federal minimum wage, calling it a “defeatist mentality” compared to focusing on jobs.
No. Joined court brief to allow states to prohibit Planned Parenthood receiving funds for non-abortion services.
Unclear. Supported Trump rule making it harder for students to discharge their loans if defrauded by for-profit schools. Joined unanimous vote supporting Minority Serving Institutions. No student debt position found.
No. Overwhelmingly benefits “the largest corporations and the ultra-wealthy while leaving middle-class and poor … behind.”
Yes. Called the tax cuts “historic tax reform that will lead to bigger paychecks for hard-working Americans.”
No. Supports reinstating protections under the Voting Rights Act. Supports automatic and same-day registration and early voting.
Yes. Under Speaker Tillis, the N.C. House passed a package of restrictive election rules, later overturned by the U.S. Court of Appeals.