Mostly Yes. “I believe climate change is real and we should take steps to address the threat.” Has previously endorsed carbon tax. Recently stresses technical innovation over regulation or taxation.
Confirm now. In 2016: “Let the next president, whoever it might be, make that nomination. [If situation reversed] I want you to use my words against me.” Now supports confirmation because the same party controls the Senate and White House.
Wait for next president to make appointment. “The question [is] is [Graham] going to keep his promise to the American people?” “We have come to see that Lindsey Graham’s word has not been very valuable over the last few years.”
Yes. China originated the virus, but Trump “probably saved 1 million to 2 million Americans from a horrible death.” People need to “wear a mask, wash your hands, and practice social distancing.”
Yes. President Trump “fixed a broken economy once; he’s the best bet to do it twice.”
No. Republican reluctance to extend unemployment benefits shows “failure of leadership.” “Families won’t get the help they need.”
No position found.
Mostly no: Has been twice endorsed by NRA. In 2018, pushed for “red flag” legislation that would “prevent individuals who are in crisis from accessing deadly weapons.”
No position found. Generally supports reinvigorating “our fractured alliances” and “pursuing diplomatic solutions that prevent violent conflict.”
Mixed. In 2015 compared same-sex marriage to polygamy, but later said that since decided by the courts, trying to overturn risked harming Republicans. Voted against 2013 Employment Non-discrimination Act.
No position found. Endorsed by Planned Parenthood.
Mixed. Has previously supported the idea of letting students refinance loans at lower interest.