Doug Collins: Ban. "Unapologetically pro-life." Co-sponsored bill giving legal protections to unborn. Co-sponsored Defund Planned Parenthood Act and bill banning any entity that provides abortions from receiving paycheck protection loan
Kelly Loeffler: Ban. "Unapologetically pro-life." Has co-sponsored "four bills to protect the unborn."
Raphael Warnock: Legal. Supports "a woman's right to choose , a decision between her and her doctor."
Doug Collins: No. Voted against Equality Act. Argued that the bill would harm children and set back women's gains.
Kelly Loeffler: Not if it interferes with religious faith. "People of faith should be protected."
Raphael Warnock: Yes. Will "protect members of the LGBTQ+ community from housing, financial, and employment discrimination."
Doug Collins: Mostly no. Supports Trump executive order on "safe policing." Opposes defunding or "wholesale condemnation" of police. Stands "with our men and women in blue!"
Kelly Loeffler: No. Co-sponsored resolutions supporting "Back the Blue" and opposing calls to defund.
Raphael Warnock: Yes. Wants increased accountability and bias training and a uniform standard for the use of force. Does not support defunding.
Doug Collins: Mixed. Supports letting states legalize but opposes federal legalization.
Kelly Loeffler: Ban. Is "concerned about the negative effects that legalizing marijuana would have."
Raphael Warnock: Legal. Wants to decriminalize marijuana.
Doug Collins: Yes. Voted to reauthorize publicly funded vouchers for private D.C. schools.
Kelly Loeffler: Yes. Let states send federal funds for low-income students to both public and private schools.
Raphael Warnock: No position found.
Doug Collins: No. Co-sponsored an education reform bill that "eliminates loan forgiveness for borrowers."
Kelly Loeffler: No position found.
Raphael Warnock: Yes. Work to fully fund Pell Grants and strengthen loan forgiveness programs to ensure graduates can pay their loans.
Doug Collins: No. Does not believe it is human- caused. Co-sponsored bills to end EPA renewable fuel program.
Kelly Loeffler: No position found. Her company previously lobbied for cap and trade when they'd likely have gotten contracts to administer it.
Raphael Warnock: Yes. It "is not something that is coming, it is here. It is way past time for all of us to get serious."
Doug Collins: Loosen. Co-sponsored Stopping EPA Overreach Act and Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act.
Kelly Loeffler: Unclear. Wants to "look at what we're doing with regard to the economy and the environment collectively."
Raphael Warnock: Tighten. "Environmental justice is on the ballot." Nothing is "more important than honoring and protecting the only home we've been blessed with."
Doug Collins: Likely yes. Opposes voting rights bill, which "would essentially federalize state and local election laws;" that is "unconstitutional."
Kelly Loeffler: Unclear. Introduced bill to raise penalties for voter fraud and illegal ballot harvesting.
Raphael Warnock: No. Supports restoring oversight provisions of Voting Rights Act, which made voting restrictions harder to enact.
Doug Collins: No. Co-sponsored bill to allow concealed firearm carry across state lines.
Kelly Loeffler: No. "Strong Second Amendment supporter." Sponsored bill barring national firearm database.
Raphael Warnock: Yes. "The answer to America's gun violence isn't to encourage masses of people to carry guns."
Doug Collins: No. Has "voted more than 50 times to repeal the ACA." ACA "shattered insurance market."
Kelly Loeffler: No. Supports lawsuit to end. Calls Medicare for All insidious attack on liberty.
Raphael Warnock: Yes. Would "protect, improve, and build upon the Affordable Care Act."
Doug Collins: Sees Trump as "pushing to fix the COVID-19 issue but also to get our economy back." Trump also "saved lives."
Kelly Loeffler: "Trump and his administration have taken the threat of COVID-19 seriously from the beginning."
Raphael Warnock: Both Georgia and Trump have stumbled on pandemic response. "We need leadership that believes in science and will act with integrity."
Doug Collins: Yes. Co-sponsored Build the Wall, Enforce the Law Act and bill to eliminate citizenship if parents aren't citizens.
Kelly Loeffler: Yes. Co-sponsored Asylum Abuse Reduction Act. Undocumented should not get free health care.
Raphael Warnock: No. Immigration is "desperately broken." Cites Jesus as an "undocumented immigrant."
Doug Collins: Yes. Co-sponsored National Right-to-Work Act, establishing right to work on a national basis.
Kelly Loeffler: Yes. Co-sponsored National Right-to-Work Act, establishing right to work on a national basis.
Raphael Warnock: No. Supports "pay equity" with "honest wages, protected retirement, and fair overtime compensation." Endorsed by Georgia AFL-CIO.
Doug Collins: Unclear. Voted against raising the minimum wage to $15 over a seven-year period.
Kelly Loeffler: No position found.
Raphael Warnock: Yes. $7.25 an hour "is not a living wage." Will "fight to raise the minimum to a livable wage."
The above quotations are from CampusElect.org 2020 Campus Election Engagement Project.
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