United States Senator

  • Chris Borgia (NPA)

  • ABORTION FUNDING BAN: Prohibiting the use of federal funds to pay for or provide insurance coverage for elective abortions?
  • Candidate Comments: As is currently the law.

  • COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM: Legislation that ensures the integrity of our borders, fosters family reunification and provides a path to citizenship for the undocumented who have lived in the United States for a number of years, and do not have a criminal record?
  • Candidate Comments: Loaded question, implies a more complicated agenda.

  • EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE: Reauthorizing the current provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to ensure that all public and nonpublic schoolchildren receive equitable services?
  • Candidate Comments: Loaded question, implies a more complicated agenda.

  • MARRIAGE: Defining marriage as the exclusive union of one man and one woman?
  • Candidate Comments: All humans, regardless of sexual preference should be allowed to unite under the law.

  • POVERTY-FOCUSED INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE: Maintaining and increasing funding for U.S. international humanitarian and development assistance to poor countries and communities?
  • Candidate Comments: That's your job.

  • PRIORITY FOR THE POOR: Budget policies with adequate revenues to put a circle of protection around programs that serve poor and vulnerable people at home and abroad?

  • RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Allowing individuals and businesses, including religious organizations, to offer employee benefits and services to the public in accordance with their religious beliefs?



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