Opposes commonsense measures that help keep Southern Arizona families safe.
- Would allow domestic abusers, convicted felons, and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns without undergoing background checks.5
- Would slash funding for border security and law enforcement by $600 million, making it more difficult to prosecute criminals, and protect citizens and witnesses.6
And will she fight for women? No one is sure where McSally stands.
- In the 2012 election, she said on a survey that she supports “prohibiting abortion except where it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother.”7 Then in 2013, she said she supported exceptions in “cases of rape, incest, and to protect the life of the mother.”8 Now in 2014, McSally has begun saying she accepts four exceptions, now including those that “would negatively impact the health of the mother.”9