Nicholas Tutora

Meet the Candidate

Running For:
U.S. House of Representatives
District:
9
Political Affiliation:
Republican
Phone:
480-993-6454
Age:
57
Occupation:
Pharmacist
Education:
BA Political Science, Hunter College, NYC. BS Pharmacy, LIU, NYC
Religion:
Judeo-Christian
Statement:
I am running office to preserve our Bill of Rights and constitutional civil liberties. Both of which have been under attack from socialist agendas and the far reach of big tech companies. Our civil liberties are our inalienable rights and they cannot be removed or watered down by an unelected bureaucracy. I am running to protect the liberty of all my constituents regardless of party.

Survey

Response Legend

  • SSupports
  • OOpposes
  • *Comment
  • Declined to respond
  • Declined to respond, Position based on citation

Question Response Comments/Notes
1. Denying federal funding to “sanctuary cities” that do not comply with federal immigration laws. S
2. Prohibiting abortion except when it is necessary to prevent the death of the mother. S
3. Making permanent the tax relief provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. S
4. Interpreting the U.S. Constitution in light of current times, rather than adhering to the framers’ original intent or text. O
5. Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” and “gender expression” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in nondiscrimination law. O* I believe the current laws cover the subject effectively
6. Requiring a health care practitioner to provide medical care to a baby born alive who survives an attempted abortion. S
7. Enacting federal tax credits for donations to state-based scholarship programs to provide educational options such as private or homeschools. S
8. Amending the U.S. Constitution to require Congress to balance the federal budget every year. O* The idea has merit but I do t think it would ever be passed
9. Providing any direct or indirect federal funding to Planned Parenthood and other entities that provide abortions. O
10. Extending the 1982 deadline for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. O
11. Expanding background checks to include guns purchased from private individuals. O
12. Protecting individuals and businesses from being required to provide services or use their artistic expression in a manner that violates their moral or religious beliefs. S