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Chellie Pingree's Issue Positions (Political Courage Test)

Office: U.S. House (ME) - District 1, Democratic

On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House (ME) - District 1

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  • Rated 100% by Planned Parenthood. (votesmart.org)
  • Voted against HR 4712 - Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. (votesmart.org)
  • "Over and over again they have tried to restrict abortion, drive women's health clinics out of business, and generally get in the way of what should be a private conversation between a woman and her doctor." (votesmart.org)
  • "For the wealthiest of the wealthy, the tax cuts under this bill get bigger and bigger every year, while they get smaller and smaller for everyone else. At the end of 10 years, many middle-class Mainers will actually be paying more in taxes. And for some, the harmful impacts will come immediately, in the form of repealing important deductions that help offer relief to graduates, teachers, those with high medical expenses, and many others." (pingree.house.gov)
  • Endorsed by National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare. (votesmart.org)
  • "It would be a lot easier to accomplish real reform if we had a system of grassroots financing of campaigns that discourages special interests in favor of the kind of small donations average people can afford," Pingree said. "We'd be far better off if Members of Congress and candidates could spend their time talking to voters instead of focusing on trying to raise money. Public financing has worked well in Maine legislative races and can work in Congressional campaigns too." (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 100% by Common Cause. (votesmart.org)
  • Voted in favor of HR 7120 - George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2020. (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 0% by Center for Security Policy. (votesmart.org)
  • "Pingree also was able to insure that the bill contains $75 million in funding to maintain and modernize the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard." (votesmart.org)
  • "Republicans control the House, Senate, and Executive branch, but their inability to govern has put our country's priorities--from military spending to the opioid crisis--in limbo for the past nine months and a fifth continuing resolution is just more of the same. I could not in good conscience vote for a bill that underfunds key programs after this Republican-controlled Congress just passed a trillion dollar tax cut for corporations." (votesmart.org)
  • Voted in favor of HR 22 - Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. (votesmart.org)
  • "I'm supporting many proposals in President Obama's American Jobs Act. It would support thousands of jobs in Maine, help fix our infrastructure, and provide tax cuts to the people and businesses who need them." (votesmart.org)
  • "The public financing of the system would come from closing corporate tax loopholes." (votesmart.org)
  • "Breaking: The House has passed the CARES Act, which will provide much-needed relief for Maine families from the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic." (twitter.com)
  • "Today I joined 86 House members in introducing bipartisan legislation to guarantee college students and adult dependents will receive the one-time COVID-19 relief payments authorized by the CARES Act." (www.facebook.com)
  • Rated 100% by National Education Association. (votesmart.org)
  • "For years, I have heard from teachers, parents, and students about their frustrations with No Child Left Behind. I'm pleased that we could finally reauthorize this key piece of legislation and make needed changes to federal policies that haven't been working for our schools," said Pingree. "The Every Student Succeeds Act gives states and school districts more flexibility while maintaining the necessary guardrails to ensure that all children have equal access to a high-quality education. It also takes steps to reduce redundant and unnecessary testing, and emphasizes the importance of a well-rounded education that will prepare our kids to be creative and engaged thinkers. I look forward to seeing the bill passed by the Senate and signed by the President so our educators can stop worrying about shifting federal priorities and instead focus all their attention where it should be--students." (pingree.house.gov)
  • "I applaud President Obama for taking bold action to address climate change. Maine communities are already dealing with the effects of climate change and carbon emissions, including rising sea levels, more extreme weather, and ocean acidification. By reducing these emissions at their greatest source--power plants--we can not only head off future impacts and protect public health, but drive toward utilizing clean energy sources. With sources like offshore wind and tidal power already being developed in Maine, it would be a huge opportunity for the state's economy and workforce." (votesmart.org)
  • "The EPA is giving states flexibility in figuring out how to reduce carbon pollution, but clearly one way to do it is to move away from old coal-fired power plants and invest in clean energy like wind and tidal power. Maine has already started to develop those businesses and this new rule could give a boost to that industry," (votesmart.org)
  • "I applaud President Obama for taking bold action to address climate change. Maine communities are already dealing with the effects of climate change and carbon emissions, including rising sea levels, more extreme weather, and ocean acidification. By reducing these emissions at their greatest source--power plants--we can not only head off future impacts and protect public health, but drive toward utilizing clean energy sources. With sources like offshore wind and tidal power already being developed in Maine, it would be a huge opportunity for the state's economy and workforce." (votesmart.org)
  • Voted in favor of HR 9 - Climate Action Now Act. (votesmart.org)
  • "The EPA is giving states flexibility in figuring out how to reduce carbon pollution, but clearly one way to do it is to move away from old coal-fired power plants and invest in clean energy like wind and tidal power. Maine has already started to develop those businesses and this new rule could give a boost to that industry," (votesmart.org)
  • "Our background check system can't protect the public with so many massive holes in it. We can all agree that certain people should not be allowed to own a firearm because of the risks they present. But we've given them multiple options for skirting the system so they can purchase one with ease," (votesmart.org)
  • Voted in favor of HR 1112 - Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2019. (votesmart.org)
  • "And I will work to ensure his proposals to decimate the ACA, Medicaid, and Medicare, while jeopardizing food assistance for families, do not move forward." (votesmart.org)
  • Signed a letter stating: " At a minimum, we believe the Departments should ensure that those who are currently on administrative leave because they are sick or symptomatic be permitted to remain on administrative leave until their health improves. We do not believe this is the time to create impediments or disincentives for sick or high-risk workers to stay home if necessary, as may be the case if they do not have any sick leave or other forms of paid leave available to them." (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 0% by NumbersUSA. (votesmart.org)
  • "It's illogical and reckless for the Trump Administration to consider defunding the Coast Guard and FEMA in order to pay for his ineffective border wall with Mexico." (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 0% by NumbersUSA. (votesmart.org)
  • "A permanent fix to our broken immigration system needs to come from Congress, but the truth is that Republicans in the House have refused again and again to take up comprehensive reform, so I'm glad that President Obama, like 11 other presidents before him, is taking this first step." (votesmart.org)
  • Voted in favor of HR 6 - American Dream and Promise Act of 2019. (votesmart.org)
  • Signed a letter stating: "We remain hopeful that with strong U.S. leadership, we can ensure vigorous enforcement of the JCPOA, as well as implementation of non-nuclear and multilateral sanctions, including CAATSA, to keep the American people secure and safeguard American interests." (votesmart.org)
  • "None of us wants a nuclear Iran. We should build off the JCPOA to address Iran's missiles and support for terror, not rip up a functioning agreement. President Trump offers no alternative other than tough-guy rhetoric. This misguided decision risks putting Iran back on the nuclear weapons development track." (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 0% by Center for Security Policy. (votesmart.org)
  • "We need peace and security in the Middle East, not another war. This agreement is our best hope at peace and keeping nuclear weapons out of the hands of the Iranians. The alternatives are to do nothing and remain in the dark about what Iran is doing or get involved in armed conflict. It's far better that we embrace this plan and work with the other countries who are part of it to make sure Iran complies and doesn't develop nuclear weapons," (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 0% by Center for Security Policy. (votesmart.org)
  • "I was disappointed to hear President Trump take pride in repealing Obama-era rules on civilian casualties which were put in place to reduce resentment among the population and decrease terrorism. His plan for Afghanistan is over-reliant on military action and, in removing all timetables, there is no end in sight for our nation's longest war. I've long-opposed the war in Afghanistan and advocated for another Authorization for Military Force (AUMF) to be voted on in Congress." (votesmart.org)
  • Signed a letter stating: "We also appreciate your acknowledgement that this conflict requires a political solution, and that military action alone cannot successfully lead to a resolution." (votesmart.org)
  • "The TPP would undermine basic safety standards for imported food, medicines and even toys," Pingree said. "And it would be a lousy deal for American manufacturers, putting them in direct competition with countries where workers are paid 65 cents an hour." (votesmart.org)
  • Rated 100% by Public Citizen. (votesmart.org)
  • "USMCA also ignores the reality of the climate crisis and does not hold global polluters to account. It's foolishly shortsighted to not even mention the words "climate change' in this major trade agreement. This omission will have major implications for Maine, which breathes the prevailing winds from the west and already has the highest rates of asthma in the nation. Our state is also grappling with the fastest warming waters in the world and rising sea levels. Without environmental protection in the agreement, the climate crisis will only accelerate and irreversibly damage Maine." (votesmart.org)
This candidate has responded to a Political Courage Test in a previous election. As a continued effort to provide the American public with factual information on candidates running for public office, these archived responses are made available here.
The Political Courage Test asks candidates which items they will support if elected. It does not ask them to indicate which items they will oppose. Through extensive research of public polling data, we discovered that voters are more concerned with what candidates would support when elected to office, not what they oppose. If a candidate does not select a response to any part or all of any question, it does not necessarily indicate that the candidate is opposed to that particular item.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding abortion.

a) Abortions should always be illegal.
X b) Abortions should always be legal.
c) Abortions should be legal only within the first trimester.
X d) Abortions should be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape.
X e) Abortions should be legal when the life of the woman is endangered.
X f) Dilation and extraction or "partial-birth" abortion procedures should be legal.
g) Medicare, Medicaid, and federal subsidies should be prohibited from being used on abortion procedures.
I have always firmly believed in a woman?s right to choose and during my career have had a number of opportunities to protect and expand a woman?s right to make her own healthcare decisions. My votes in the Maine Senate make my convictions clear, but I also was a leader both in the dialogue and fight on this issue, including sponsoring the ?contraceptive equity? bill in Maine ? one of the first to pass in the country and cosponsoring successful legislation to codify Roe v. Wade.

Indicate what federal funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category, you can use a number more than once.1) Budget Priorities2) Defense Spending3) TaxesIndicate what federal tax levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one number per category, you can use a number more than once.Family Income TaxesOther TaxesDeductions/Credits

a) Agriculture
Slightly Increase b) Arts
c) Defense
Greatly Increase d) Education
Greatly Increase e) Environment
Slightly Increase f) FEMA
Slightly Increase g) Homeland security
h) International aid
i) Law enforcement (Federal)
j) Law enforcement (State)
Greatly Increase k) Medical research
Slightly Increase l) National parks
Greatly Increase m) Public health services
Slightly Increase n) Scientific research
Slightly Increase o) Space exploration programs
Slightly Increase p) Transportation and highway infrastructure
Maintain Status q) United Nations
r) Welfare
Slightly Increase a) Armed forces personnel training
Maintain Status b) Intelligence operations
c) Military hardware
d) Modernization of weaponry and equipment
Eliminate e) National missile defense
f) Pay for active duty personnel
g) Programs to improve troop retention rates
h) Research and development of new weapons
Slightly Increase i) Troop and equipment readiness
Slightly Decrease a) Less than $12,000
Slightly Decrease b) $12,001-$40,000
Slightly Decrease c) $40,001-$100,000
Maintain Status d) $100,001-$180,000
Slightly Increase e) $180,001-$350,000
Greatly Increase f) $350,001 and above
g) Other or expanded categories
Maintain Status a) Alcohol taxes
Slightly Increase b) Capital gains taxes
Slightly Increase c) Cigarette taxes
Slightly Increase d) Corporate taxes
Maintain Status e) Gasoline taxes
Slightly Increase f) Inheritance taxes
Slightly Increase a) Charitable contribution deduction
Slightly Increase b) Child tax credit
Slightly Increase c) Earned income tax credit
Slightly Increase d) Medical expense deduction
Maintain Status e) Mortgage deduction
Slightly Increase f) Student loan credit
g) Other or expanded categories
No 4) Do you support the permanent repeal of the federal estate tax?
No 5) Do you support requiring the federal budget to be balanced each year?
6) Other or expanded principles
The categories that are blank are very broad and include some areas where I would support cuts and some areas where I would support increases.
I believe that we should devote more resources to taking care of veterans once they've returned home. Veterans should be able get the care they need without having to fight for it.
Much needs to be done to our tax structure -- including a repeal of the Bush tax cuts for the highest income Americans, higher capital gains taxes on investment income, and closing tax loopholes for private equity and hedge funds. We should restrict government contracts to American-based corporations and clarify rules on tax shelters so they cannot be used strictly for tax avoidance. At the same time, tax cuts should be focused on areas that will help working families -- with credits that support access to higher education, child care costs, and tax policies that do not punish wage earner.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding campaign finance and government reform.

a) Support increasing the amount individuals are permitted to contribute to federal campaigns.
b) Prohibit Political Action Committee (PAC) contributions to candidates for federal office.
c) Allow unregulated soft money campaign contributions to political parties or committees.
d) Remove all contribution limits on federal campaigns and parties.
e) Support prohibiting ads containing candidates' name that are paid for by third parties from airing 60 days before a primary and 30 days before a general federal election.
X f) Support instant run-off voting (IRV).
X g) Support designating Election Day as a national holiday.
h) Support giving the President the power of the line item veto for items concerning appropriations.
X i) Support limiting the President's use of signing statements in order to prevent an alternative interpretation of the bill.
X j) Support a federal shield law to protect reporter-source privilege.
I support public financing of elections ? known as ?Clean Elections? here in Maine ? as they best way to develop and alternative way to finance campaigns for state and federal office and finally get big money out of politics.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding crime.

a) Support the use of the death penalty for federal crimes.
X b) Eliminate the use of the death penalty for federal crimes.
X c) Support programs to provide prison inmates with vocational and job-related skills and job-placement assistance when released.
X d) Support programs to provide prison inmates with drug and alcohol addiction treatment.
X e) Reduce prison sentences for those who commit non-violent crimes.
f) Support mandatory jail sentences for selling illegal drugs.
X g) Support strict penalties for internet crime (e.g. hacking, identity theft, worms/viruses).
X h) Require that crimes based on sexual orientation be prosecuted as federal hate crimes.
i) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding education.

X a) Support the federal government funding universal pre-K programs.
X b) Allow parents to use vouchers to send their children to any public school.
c) Allow parents to use vouchers to send their children to any private or religious school.
d) Allow teachers and professionals to receive federal funding to establish charter or magnet schools.
X e) Increase funding for the Pell Grant program.
X f) Decrease interest rates of Stafford Loans.
X g) Support federal tax incentives to help families save for college.
X h) Ban university financial aid officers from owning stock in or accepting gifts from student loan lenders.
X i) Require universities to disclose financial relationships with lenders.
j) Support federal education standards and testing requirements for K-12 students (No Child Left Behind).
k) Eliminate all federal education standards and testing requirements for K-12 students (No Child Left Behind).
l) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding employment.

X a) Increase funding for national job-training programs that retrain displaced workers or teach skills needed in today’s job market.
b) Reduce government regulation of the private sector.
X c) Encourage employers to offer child care services, flex-time scheduling, comp-time, and unpaid leave for family emergencies.
X d) Increase the federal minimum wage.
X e) Support the right of workers to unionize.
f) Eliminate all federal programs designed to reduce unemployment.
X g) Include sexual orientation in federal anti-discrimination laws.
X h) Include gender identity in federal anti-discrimination laws.
i) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding the environment and energy.

X a) Strengthen the regulation and enforcement of the Clean Water Act.
X b) Strengthen the regulation and enforcement of the Clean Air Act.
c) Support increased development of traditional energy resources (e.g. coal, natural gas, oil).
X d) Strengthen emission controls on all gasoline and diesel-powered engines, including cars, trucks, and sport utility vehicles.
X e) Strengthen fuel efficiency standards on all gasoline and diesel-powered engines, including cars, trucks, and sport utility vehicles.
f) Support domestic oil exploration in areas that are currently restricted.
X g) Encourage further development and use of alternative fuels.
h) Support the use of ethanol as an alternative fuel.
i) Support research and development of nuclear reactors as an alternative energy source.
X j) Allow energy producers to trade pollution credits under "cap and trade" laws.
X k) Support international mandatory emission targets to limit global warming.
X l) Support international voluntary emission targets to limit global warming.
m) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding guns.On (c) and (d), indicate what levels (#1-6) you support for the following categories.

a) Allow individuals to carry concealed guns.
b) Ban the sale, ownership or possession of handguns except by law enforcement and other government officials.
Greatly Increase c) Enforcement of existing restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns.
Slightly Increase d) Restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns.
e) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding health.

X a) Implement a universal healthcare program to guarantee coverage to all Americans, regardless of income.
b) Expand eligibility for tax-free medical savings accounts.
X c) Allow the importation of prescription drugs into the United States.
X d) Support expanding prescription drug coverage under Medicare.
X e) Offer tax credits to individuals and small businesses to offset the cost of insurance coverage.
X f) Support expanding child healthcare programs.
g) Providing healthcare is not a responsibility of the federal government.
h) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding immigration.

a) Decrease the number of legal immigrants allowed into the country.
b) Establish English as the official national language.
c) Support a temporary worker program.
X d) Support harsher financial punishments for those who knowingly employ illegal immigrants.
e) Support amnesty for illegal immigrants already working in the United States.
f) Illegal immigrants should have to return to their countries of origin before being considered for citizenship.
X g) Illegal immigrants should be given a pathway to citizenship.
h) Support merit-based visas over family-based visas.
i) Other or expanded principles

International AidIndicate which principles you support (if any) regarding international aid.International PolicyIndicate which principles you support (if any) regarding international policy.International TradeIndicate which principles you support (if any) regarding international trade.

X a) Support the United States granting aid to countries when extraordinary circumstances cause disaster and threaten civilian lives.
X b) Support the United States granting aid to countries when it is in the security interests of the United States.
c) Eliminate United States aid for any nation with documented human rights abuses.
d) Aid granted by the United States should be scaled back and eventually eliminated.
e) Other or expanded principles
Yes a) Should the United States continue to provide leadership in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process?
Yes b) Should the United States support the creation of a Palestinian state?
Undecided c) Should the United States impose greater international sanctions on Iran if it continues to defy United Nations mandates?
Undecided d) Should the United States support the Lebanese government against insurgent forces?
No e) Should the United States maintain its troop levels in Iraq?
Yes f) Should the United States withdraw its troops from Iraq?
Yes h) Should the United States apply greater economic and diplomatic sanctions against North Korea if it fails to abide by its agreement to suspend its nuclear program?
Yes i) Should the United States increase financial support for Afghanistan?
Yes j) Should the United States increase military support for Afghanistan?
Yes k) Should the United States trade nuclear fuel to India for civilian purposes?
No l) Should the United States decrease financial support for Pakistan?
Undecided m) Should the United States decrease military support for Pakistan?
Yes n) Should the United States be involved in bringing an end to the violence in Darfur, Sudan?
Yes o) Should the United States be involved in bringing an end to the violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Yes p) Should the United States provide economic and military support to the Transitional Government of Somalia?
Yes q) Should the United States use sanctions to encourage the government of Zimbabwe to end its human rights abuses?
Undecided r) Should the United States support the creation of an independent nation of Kosovo?
s) Other or expanded principles
Undecided a) Do you support the United States imposing economic sanctions on China?
No b) Do you support the United States imposing trade sanctions on Venezuela?
No c) Do you support the United States involvement in free trade agreements?
Undecided d) Do you support the United States involvement in intergovernmental organizations dedicated to trade?
I support a responsible plan to end war in Iraq and have worked with national security and military experts on this plan. We need to end the war responsibly and begin to bring the troops home in a safe and orderly manner. If the administration refuses to make plans for immediate withdrawal, Congress must stop funding the war. We can't continue to squander resources on the war - leaving will be complicated but staying continues the loss of soldiers, Iraqi citizens, and scarce resources - our presence is an obstacle to the Iraqis progress and an excuse for continued violence.
We need to revisit NAFTA and other international trade agreements. After more than a decade of NAFTA, we have lost millions of manufacturing jobs, we have an ever-increasing trade deficit and wages have stagnated. I am not opposed to international trade agreements, but I don't think we should sacrifice the advances we have made in this country ? in terms of labor rights, environmental and safety standards ? in the name of increased global trade, particularly when the trade agreements when have entered into have had such a negative effect on many local communities and our national economic picture.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding national security.

No a) Do you support using military tribunals to try suspected terrorists when ordinary civilian courts are deemed inappropriate or impractical?
No b) Should law enforcement agencies have greater discretion to monitor domestic communications, to prevent future terrorist attacks?
Yes c) Should the United States hold foreign states accountable for terrorists who operate in their country?
Yes d) Should the federal government increase funding to states and cities for homeland security?
No e) Do you support pre-emptive military strikes against countries deemed to be a threat to United States national security?
No f) Do you support the creation of a federal identification card system?
No g) Do you support long-term use of National Guard troops to supplement the armed forces in assignments overseas?
No h) Should the United States expand its missile defense shield?
i) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding social issues.

Yes a) Should same-sex couples be allowed to marry?
No b) Do you support a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman?
Yes c) Do you support federal funding for research on existing embryonic stem cell lines?
Yes d) Do you support federal funding to create lines of stem cells from new embryos?
Yes e) Should the federal government consider race and gender in government contracting decisions?
Yes f) Should the federal government continue affirmative action programs?
Undecided g) Should the federal government regulate internet gambling?
h) Other or expanded principles

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding Social Security.

a) Allow workers to invest a portion of their payroll tax in private accounts that they manage themselves.
b) Ensure the viability of Social Security by increasing the payroll tax.
c) Decrease benefits paid to retirees.
X d) Support proportional increases of Social Security benefits based on the cost of living index.
e) Raise the retirement age for individual eligibility to receive full Social Security benefits.
I support repealing the Government Pension Offset (GPO) and the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) of the Social Security Act. Maine is one of a handful of states impacted, and in Congress I would work with Members of Congress from the other 14 states to make sure this is corrected for the people who are penalized.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding welfare and poverty.

a) Require welfare recipients to spend at least 40 hours a week in a combination of work and training programs.
X b) Continue to give states and local governments flexibility in and responsibility for welfare programs through federal block grants.
X c) Support housing assistance for welfare recipients.
d) Abolish all federal welfare programs.
As Senate Majority Leader, I championed Maine?s ?Parents As Scholars? program that allows Maine?s working poor to attend college, get better jobs and change their lives. ?Parents of Scholars? participants are among our best success stories of government empowering women and families and making them a vital part of the economy.
More than anything else over the past year, the conversation in Maine has been about ending the war, expanding access to health care as well as and our increasingly troubled economy and the challenges we face with global warming and our environment. My top priorities are to guarantee healthcare for all, end the war in Iraq and create U.S. jobs with good wages and benefits.

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