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U.S. Senate

1. Abortion: The 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision.
John Boozman (Republican)
This elected official is in the middle of a term, and will not be on the ballot.
Tom Cotton (Republican)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

2. Guns: Confiscation of firearms from citizens that the government deem a danger to themselves or others, otherwise known as red flag laws.
John Boozman (Republican)
This elected official is in the middle of a term, and will not be on the ballot.
Tom Cotton (Republican)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

3. Civil Liberties: Amending the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected classes.
John Boozman (Republican)
This elected official is in the middle of a term, and will not be on the ballot.
Tom Cotton (Republican)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

4. Religious Liberty: Allowing churches to endorse candidates by abolishing the Johnson Amendment.
John Boozman (Republican)
This elected official is in the middle of a term, and will not be on the ballot.
Tom Cotton (Republican)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

5. Immigration: Building a wall or other barrier along the entire border with Mexico.
John Boozman (Republican)
This elected official is in the middle of a term, and will not be on the ballot.
Tom Cotton (Republican)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

6. Electoral College: Electing the President of the United States by a nationwide popular vote rather than by the Electoral College method that is currently in use.
John Boozman (Republican)
This elected official is in the middle of a term, and will not be on the ballot.
Tom Cotton (Republican)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.