Senator Peters on Judges

Health Care

 He said:  “Every Michigander and American should have access to quality, affordable health care.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on health care.  

LGBTQ Rights

 He said:  “I’m proud of the progress we’ve made in advancing the rights of the LGBTQ community and will continue to fight any efforts to roll them back. We must reach full equality for all because no one should ever face discrimination for who they are or who they love.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on LGBTQ rights.  

Reproductive Health Care

 He said:  “Gary also believes that women have a fundamental right to make their own decisions about their reproductive health, in consultation with their doctor and their faith – without intrusion from politicians.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on reproductive health care.  

Worker & Consumer Rights

 He said:  “Gary’s top priority in the Senate is growing our economy, creating good-paying jobs in Michigan and strengthening our middle class.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on worker & consumer rights.  

Environment

 He said:  “Clean air and clean water are not only vital to our public health – they are at the very heart of our economy.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on the environment.  

Police Misconduct

 He said:  “We must act now to address the root causes of inequities and reform our criminal justice system so it works for every American — no matter who you are or where you live. We must also address the lack of trust between law enforcement and the communities they are sworn to protect.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on police misconduct & criminal justice.  

Voting Rights

 He said:  “The right to vote is the core of our democracy, and every American has the right to make their voices heard at the ballot box. Unfortunately, we’ve seen efforts across the country, including in Michigan, to restrict voter access.” Source

He voted for 0 out of 15 of the judges with the worst records on voting rights.