NOTE: Alaska uses ranked choice voting. If you list second and third choices, those votes can still potentially count.
Legal. Women are “losing control over their reproductive health.” Will “fight for the rights of women to get the medical care they need, including abortion.” “We must codify Roe v. Wade in federal law and prohibit diminishment of reproductive rights by overzealous state laws.”
Legal. Congress must “restore a woman’s freedom to make her own reproductive health care decisions” without government interference. Is working on a bill to protect a woman’s right to choose, as established by Roe v. Wade… while also protecting religious freedoms.
Yes. With “catastrophic effects on coastal areas, salmon, ecosystems, and the Alaskan lifestyle due to climate change,” we should “look for and fund renewable energy strategies.” Must “wean ourselves away from dependence on the oil industry.”
Mixed. Says climate change “is real” and hurting Alaska. Supported a bill to help develop advanced nuclear, carbon capture, and microgrids. But “Alaska should be able to responsibly produce” oil, gas, coal, and timber, “as long as the world needs” them.
No. Opposes “Biden’s climate change agenda” and carbon taxes, preferring carbon sequestration. The choice should not be “either renewables, or oil and gas… Nevertheless, Biden has required that by 2030, half of all new vehicles sold in the U.S. be electric vehicles.”
Increase. Negotiate better drug prices and support child care and early-childhood education. New federal Infrastructure Act offers opportunities to “develop much needed ferries, airports, resilient energy grids, and broadband.”
Mixed. Supports increasing federal spending only when truly needed, such as in legacy infrastructure. Helped broker the 2021 Infrastructure Act. Played a key role in Energy Act, including $35 billion for new energy tech.
Yes. “Joe Biden won the 2020 election.”
Yes. Congratulated President Biden and Vice President Harris on their victory.
No. In 2020 cited “eyewitness testimony of voting impropriety, fraud, tampering.” Says “legitimate questions still exist.”
Tighten. “It is vital to oversee the removal of toxic remnants of industrial or military activities on our lands.” Will reject potentially dangerous projects, such as Pebble Mine or Palmer Project.
Mixed. Opposes Pebble Mine. Wrote part of a law opening a “non-wilderness” part of the Arctic Wildlife Refuge to development. Opposing federal barriers to a new gas pipeline.
Loosen. Supports “more innovation, less regulation.” Wants AK in an offshore revenue sharing agreement, more oil and gas leases on public land and giving federal land to Alaska.
More. “Curb the epidemic of gun violence” with a waiting time for gun purchases, “well-constructed red-flag laws,” and bans on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.
Mixed. Voted for 2022 gun safety law, with enhanced background checks for minors. Is “committed to… enabling lawful firearms owners to exercise their Second Amendment rights.”
Less. “Red-flag laws… are easily abused to… deny lawful gun ownership.” Without guns, “people are powerless against the weaponized government,” paving “the path to tyranny.”
Increase. Make health care “available to all, especially preventative care.” Make providers show costs so patients can be responsible consumers.
Mixed. Was one of three Republicans to vote against repealing Obamacare. Must find “solutions that go beyond insurance coverage to address the true cost of care, regardless of who pays for it.”
Decrease. “Americans have experienced a loss of trust in our government because of the heavy-handed way in which it handled COVID-19.”
“We are a nation of immigrants. We need to understand why so many are fleeing their homelands and implement policies that make their lives better in their home countries.” No position found on DACA.
Border security must be a top priority. “We need a functional immigration system” to avoid “worker shortages.” Supports a path to citizenship for DACA participants through military service or higher education.
Stop encouraging illegal immigration with “deportation moratoriums, free healthcare, work permits, and amnesty.” Will eliminate “sanctuary cities.” Give border patrol the resources they need. No position found on DACA,
Easier. “I value all workers and will fight to protect their right to organize as Labor Unions.”
No position found. Has a 59% rating from the AFL-CIO for 2021, with a 39% lifetime score.
No position found.
Expand. Will “protect…LGBTQ+ rights.” Will join with the marginalized, “no matter… their LGBTQ+ identities” to make the world more inclusive.”
Expand. “Has supported marriage equality for years.” Says “there should be no discrimination toward anyone.”
Likely limit. Says marriage is between a man and a woman. Says that since the Supreme Court has ruled that “the 14th Amendment protects same-sex marriages,” no bill for gay marriage is needed.
Legal. Says marijuana should be legalized federally.
Legal. Cosponsored a bill to give states more control over legalization. Says it should be legalized federally.
No position found.
More. “Those that are blessed with great wealth have a responsibility to help others. I will fight to eliminate the disparity in economic opportunity for all Americans.”
Less. Supported 2017 tax cuts on wealthy and corporations. Opposed Inflation Reduction Act, which raised taxes on them, saying “given the state of our economy, these tax hikes couldn’t come at a worse time.”
No. Congress must pass Voting Rights Act “to ensure safe and accessible voting.” Make voting day a holiday. Advertise elections and provide unbiased information on candidates and issues.”
Mostly no. Cosponsored the John Lewis Voting Rights Act to prevent practices that would reduce voting rights. Voted against the Freedom to Vote Act. Does not support making Election Day a federal holiday.
Yes. Supports “voter ID requirements and signature matching.” Opposes ranked choice voting.
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