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Presidential Scorecard, Part 2

August 8, 2016    
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PoliticalBank is a nonpartisan organization, which means not only that we avoid taking sides, but also that we welcome every candidate from any political party to our platform. A few months ago, we used our own software – which is available to any candidate or elected official who wants to establish a free profile – to create PoliticalBank.com profiles for each Democratic and Republican candidate then in the race for the White House. Along with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, we have now expanded our collection to include Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein!

See Gary Johnson’s Profile →

See Jill Stein’s Profile →

Consistent with PoliticalBank’s philosophy, we are telling you what the candidates have said in their own words! No spin, no negativity… just their words – plain and simple. For the candidates’ bios, as well as their positions on the issues, we used either verbatim text from the candidates’ official campaign websites or quotes straight from their mouths or blogs. However, we edited for length and used our sole discretion to determine where the positions fall on our proprietary “Ideology Spectrum,” which ranges from “Strongly Oppose” to “Strongly Support.”

After you check out the presidential candidates’ profiles, we’d love to hear what you think: email us at Support@PoliticalBank.com.

Issue: Abortion

Whether one opposes or supports laws that permit the termination of a pregnancy, including awarding government funds to entities that perform abortion related services.

Johnson / JohnsonWeld.com
Stein / Presidential Election 2012 PVS Political Courage Test

Issue: Civil Liberties & Civil Rights

Whether one opposes or supports laws that benefit minorities, including same-sex marriage and gender equality in the workplace.

Johnson / 2016 presidential campaign website GaryJohnson2016.comGary Johnson Talks ISIS, Refugees, Black Lives Matter and Marijuana Leglization
Stein /Jill Stein 2016 Platform

Issue: Energy Technology & Coal

Whether one opposes or supports laws that permit any form of energy supply, including solar, wind, nuclear, oil, natural gas, and coal.

Johnson / JohnsonWeld,com
Stein / Jill Stein 2016 Platform

Issue: Guns & Ammunition

Whether one opposes or supports laws that permit individuals to own, possess, and carry legal weapons.

Johnson / Gary Johnson – Gun Rightsisidewith.com – Gary Johnson’s stances on domestic policy issues
Stein / Democracy Now! Expanded Second Obama-Romney 2012 debate

Issue: Immigration & Deportation

Whether one opposes or supports laws allowing individuals from other countries to live and work in the United States, which includes policies like path to citizenship or amnesty, legal residency, “anchor babies,” the Dream Act, work visas, and deportation of those who are in the country illegally.

Johnson / TheLibertarianCandidate.com – Gary Johnson on Immigration
Stein / Green Party response to 2016 State of the Union speechDemocracy Now! Expanded Second Obama-Romney 2012 debate, Oct 16, 2012

Issue: Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness

Whether one opposes or supports laws that promote economic and individual liberties (i.e. personal freedom) with little or no support from or regulation by the government except what is required constitutionally.

Johnson / Brainy Quote
Stein / Power to the People Plan

Issue: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll

Whether one opposes or supports laws that increase personal liberties, even if it means allowing individuals to act in ways that are currently considered illegal.

Johnson / iSideWith.comJohnsonWeld.com;
Stein / iSideWith.com interview of Jill Stein

Issue: Tax & Spend

Whether one opposes or supports laws that increase the amount government collects from taxpayers in order to spend more on projects and services, including infrastructure, special tax districts for new buildings, and benefit programs for the disadvantaged (e.g., sick, poor, and elderly)

Johnson / 2016 presidential campaign website GaryJohnson2016.com
Stein / Green Party 2012 People’s State of the Union speechJill Stein 2016 Platform