United states senate candidates

Two U.S. Senators are elected to represent each state in Congress to pass laws and adopt the budget for the whole country. One U.S. Senate seat is up for election in Michigan in 2018.

 

This video is not an endorsement of any candidate. VOTE November 6, 2018 in the General Election

Q1. Congress and Compromise

QUESTION: The political party that gains majority is allowed to set the legislative agenda, decide which political topics get addressed, and schedule votes regarding those issues. Should your party not be in the Majority, would you be willing to compromise with the opposing party and the current President to get legislation signed into law and on what issues would you be willing to compromise?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q2. Medicaid & Affordable Care Act

According to a 2017 article from Vox magazine, after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate in Detroit fell from 22% to 7.4%. Through subsequent Medicaid expansion policies, upwards of 500,000 Michiganders were extended Health Care coverage. This Medicaid expansion and other provisions of the ACA are under threat by lawmakers. Do you support the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion policies? What additional legislation would you sponsor to continue healthy outcomes for Detroiters?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q3. NAFTA

A recent report from Moody’s Investor Sector found that 180,000 Michigan jobs are dependent on exports to Canada and Mexico, and termination of NAFTA could hurt Michigan’s jobs, economy, and state tax revenues. As President Trump works to renegotiate NAFTA, what specific provisions would you be looking for in a new NAFTA agreement? Would you support termination of NAFTA?

RESPONSE: No Response


This video is not an endorsement of any candidate. VOTE August 7th 2018, in the Primary election and November 6, 2018 in the General Election.

Q1. Congress & Compromise

QUESTION: The political party that gains majority is allowed to set the legislative agenda, decide which political topics get addressed, and schedule votes regarding those issues. Should your party not be in the Majority, would you be willing to compromise with the opposing party and the current President to get legislation signed into law and on what issues would you be willing to compromise?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q2. Medicaid & Affordable Care Act

According to a 2017 article from Vox magazine, after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate in Detroit fell from 22% to 7.4%. Through subsequent Medicaid expansion policies, upwards of 500,000 Michiganders were extended Health Care coverage. This Medicaid expansion and other provisions of the ACA are under threat by lawmakers. Do you support the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion policies? What additional legislation would you sponsor to continue healthy outcomes for Detroiters?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q3. NAFTA

A recent report from Moody’s Investor Sector found that 180,000 Michigan jobs are dependent on exports to Canada and Mexico, and termination of NAFTA could hurt Michigan’s jobs, economy, and state tax revenues. As President Trump works to renegotiate NAFTA, what specific provisions would you be looking for in a new NAFTA agreement? Would you support termination of NAFTA?

RESPONSE: No Response


This video is not an endorsement of any candidate. VOTE November 6, 2018 in the General Election

 
This video is not an endorsement of any candidate. VOTE August 7th 2018, in the Primary election and November 6, 2018 in the General Election.

Q1. Congress & Compromise

QUESTION: The political party that gains majority is allowed to set the legislative agenda, decide which political topics get addressed, and schedule votes regarding those issues. Should your party not be in the Majority, would you be willing to compromise with the opposing party and the current President to get legislation signed into law and on what issues would you be willing to compromise?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q2. Medicaid & Affordable Care Act

According to a 2017 article from Vox magazine, after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate in Detroit fell from 22% to 7.4%. Through subsequent Medicaid expansion policies, upwards of 500,000 Michiganders were extended Health Care coverage. This Medicaid expansion and other provisions of the ACA are under threat by lawmakers. Do you support the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion policies? What additional legislation would you sponsor to continue healthy outcomes for Detroiters?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q3. NAFTA

A recent report from Moody’s Investor Sector found that 180,000 Michigan jobs are dependent on exports to Canada and Mexico, and termination of NAFTA could hurt Michigan’s jobs, economy, and state tax revenues. As President Trump works to renegotiate NAFTA, what specific provisions would you be looking for in a new NAFTA agreement? Would you support termination of NAFTA?

RESPONSE: No Response


Q1. Congress and Compromise

QUESTION: The political party that gains majority is allowed to set the legislative agenda, decide which political topics get addressed, and schedule votes regarding those issues. Should your party not be in the Majority, would you be willing to compromise with the opposing party and the current President to get legislation signed into law and on what issues would you be willing to compromise?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q2. Medicaid & Affordable Care Act

According to a 2017 article from Vox magazine, after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate in Detroit fell from 22% to 7.4%. Through subsequent Medicaid expansion policies, upwards of 500,000 Michiganders were extended Health Care coverage. This Medicaid expansion and other provisions of the ACA are under threat by lawmakers. Do you support the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion policies? What additional legislation would you sponsor to continue healthy outcomes for Detroiters?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q3. NAFTA

A recent report from Moody’s Investor Sector found that 180,000 Michigan jobs are dependent on exports to Canada and Mexico, and termination of NAFTA could hurt Michigan’s jobs, economy, and state tax revenues. As President Trump works to renegotiate NAFTA, what specific provisions would you be looking for in a new NAFTA agreement? Would you support termination of NAFTA?

RESPONSE: No Response


This video is not an endorsement of any candidate. VOTE November 6, 2018 in the General Election

Q1. Congress and Compromise

QUESTION: The political party that gains majority is allowed to set the legislative agenda, decide which political topics get addressed, and schedule votes regarding those issues. Should your party not be in the Majority, would you be willing to compromise with the opposing party and the current President to get legislation signed into law and on what issues would you be willing to compromise?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q2. Medicaid & Affordable Care Act

According to a 2017 article from Vox magazine, after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate in Detroit fell from 22% to 7.4%. Through subsequent Medicaid expansion policies, upwards of 500,000 Michiganders were extended Health Care coverage. This Medicaid expansion and other provisions of the ACA are under threat by lawmakers. Do you support the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion policies? What additional legislation would you sponsor to continue healthy outcomes for Detroiters?

RESPONSE: No Response

Q3. NAFTA

A recent report from Moody’s Investor Sector found that 180,000 Michigan jobs are dependent on exports to Canada and Mexico, and termination of NAFTA could hurt Michigan’s jobs, economy, and state tax revenues. As President Trump works to renegotiate NAFTA, what specific provisions would you be looking for in a new NAFTA agreement? Would you support termination of NAFTA?

RESPONSE: No Response