Trump has nominated scores of judges committed to dismantling our rights – and senators who confirmed them must own the harm they’re already doing from the bench. Click here to read about their decisions undermining our constitutional rights and protections
She said: “Senator Smith believes that every person deserves affordable, high-quality health care.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 11* of the judges with the worst records on health care.
She said: “Tina believes that we can’t remain silent while LGBTQ+ Americans encounter hate, discrimination, and violence. We can’t stop fighting for the protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity that is far overdue in this country.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 11* of the judges with the worst records on LGBTQ rights.
Reproductive Health Care
She said: “As the only Senator to have worked for Planned Parenthood, Tina believes that someone’s decision about their health care should be between them and their provider. As both Lt. Governor and Senator, Tina has fought to protect reproductive health care and stood against the endless assaults on reproductive rights.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 13* of the judges with the worst records on reproductive health care.
Worker & Consumer Rights
She said: “Tina continues to stand up to attacks on unions, because she knows the benefits of standing together in solidarity. She has also co-sponsored legislation that fights wage theft and gets workers the wages they have earned. And while states continue to attack workers’ rights to organize, Tina is working in the Senate to make sure Americans earn their fair share and that their rights are protected.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 12* of the judges with the worst records on worker & consumer rights.
She said: “It’s  important for Minnesota’s pristine land, water, and air to be protected.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 13* of the judges with the worst records on the environment.
She said: “We need a new and sustained push for racial justice, not just in law enforcement but in health care, in education, in housing, and in our environmental policy… Communities of color have spent years fighting to be heard, fighting for justice, fighting for resources, fighting for survival.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 10* of the judges with the worst records on police misconduct & criminal justice.
She said: “Voting is a point of pride, and it’s a big responsibility. But more than anything, it’s a right — the most fundamental right in any democracy.” Source
She voted for 0 out of 14* of the judges with the worst records on voting rights.
*The Senator did not cast a vote for all judges in our list.