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Elissa Slotkin on VoteMatch

 

 



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Strongly Favors topic 1:
Abortion is a woman's unrestricted right
(+5 points on Social scale)
CC:Publicly fund abortions: Strongly Favors topic 1
CC:No parental notification for abortions by minors: Favors topic 1
Pro-choice, according to PVS survey: Strongly Favors topic 1
No opinion on topic 2:
Legally require hiring women & minorities
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Strongly Favors topic 3:
Comfortable with same-sex marriage
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Important LGBTQ progress must be defended and advanced: Strongly Favors topic 3
No opinion on topic 4:
Keep God in the public sphere
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Strongly Favors topic 5:
Expand ObamaCare
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Support ObamaCare's coverage of pre-existing conditions: Strongly Favors topic 5
Buy-in to Medicare; then negotiate drug prices: Strongly Favors topic 5
Keep healthcare mandate, according to CC survey: Strongly Favors topic 5
Keep ObamaCare, according to PVS survey: Favors topic 5
Strongly Opposes topic 6:
Privatize Social Security
(-5 points on Economic scale)
Medicare & Social Security: pillars of retirement security: Strongly Opposes topic 6
Opposes topic 7:
Vouchers for school choice
(-3 points on Economic scale)
CC:No vouchers for private schools: Opposes topic 7
Strongly Opposes topic 8:
Fight EPA regulatory over-reach
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Protecting our Great Lakes must be a top priority: Strongly Opposes topic 8
No opinion on topic 9:
Stricter punishment reduces crime
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Strongly Opposes topic 10:
Absolute right to gun ownership
(-5 points on Economic scale)
Believes in the Second Amendment but with background checks: Strongly Opposes topic 10
Restrict right to bear arms, according to CC survey: Opposes topic 10
Support gun-control, according to PVS survey: Strongly Opposes topic 10
Require background check for every firearm sale and transfer: Strongly Opposes topic 10
No opinion on topic 11:
Higher taxes on the wealthy
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Make tax bill more equitable, and eliminate loopholes: Strongly Favors topic 11
PVS:Don't increase taxes to balance budget: Strongly Opposes topic 11
Strongly Favors topic 12:
Pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens
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Path to citizenship for DREAMers; then comprehensive reform: Strongly Favors topic 12
PVS:Let illegal immigrants apply for citizenship: Strongly Favors topic 12
Increase both high-skill and family-based visa caps: Favors topic 12
Opposes topic 13:
Support & expand free trade
(-3 points on Economic scale)
Discipline China on trade, without hurting American business: Opposes topic 13
No opinion on topic 14:
Support American Exceptionalism
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Opposes topic 15:
Expand the military
(+2 points on Social scale)
Supports vets wage bump; but cut Pentagon budget elsewhere: Opposes topic 15
Strongly Favors topic 16:
Make voter registration easier
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We should be making it easier to legally vote, not harder: Strongly Favors topic 16
PVS:Regulate campaign donations from corporations: Favors topic 16
Holiday on election day; revamp for easier voting access: Favors topic 16
Strongly Favors topic 17:
Avoid foreign entanglements
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Since Iraq war, Congress has failed to update the 2001 AUMF: Strongly Favors topic 17
No military force against Iran without Congress approval: Strongly Favors topic 17
Strongly Favors topic 18:
Prioritize green energy
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Need a climate change bill that's specific & result-oriented: Favors topic 18
PVS:Fund renewable energy like wind and solar: Strongly Favors topic 18
PVS:Regulate greenhouse gas emissions: Strongly Favors topic 18
Strongly Opposes topic 19:
Marijuana is a gateway drug
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PVS:Support recreational marijuana: Strongly Opposes topic 19
Strongly Favors topic 20:
Stimulus better than market-led recovery
(-5 points on Economic scale)
Laser-focus on fixing crumbling roads & water infrastructure: Favors topic 20
PVS:Federal spending for economic stimulus: Strongly Favors topic 20

Elissa Slotkin is a Hard-Core Liberal
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Corporations
Crime
Drugs
Education
Energy/Oil
Environment
Families
Foreign Policy
Free Trade
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Gun Control
Health Care
Homeland Security
Immigration
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Principles
Social Security
Tax Reform
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Welfare/Poverty



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