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1. Abortion: The 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision.
2. Guns: Confiscation of firearms from citizens that the government deem a danger to themselves or others, otherwise known as red flag laws.
3. Civil Liberties: Amending the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected classes.
4. Religious Liberty: Allowing churches to endorse candidates by abolishing the Johnson Amendment.
5. Immigration: Building a wall or other barrier along the entire border with Mexico.
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.