During Wednesday’s Colorado senatorial debate between Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) and Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO), Mark Udall was asked by debate moderator Kyle Clark “which of [President Barack Obama’s] proposed policies are you prepared to vote against in the next two years?”
In his answer, Udall declined to name a single policy.
“I don’t know the list of policies that you’re alluding to,” Udall said. “Certainly I’m more than ready to raise the minimum wage, for paycheck fairness, which we pay a woman what a man pays for doing the same job. I think we ought to make college more affordable, we ought to ensure that tax credits go to companies that keep jobs here. Those are four differences between Congressman Gardner and myself.”
Clark went on to remind Udall of the question and attempted again to get him to name policies that he was against proposed by Obama, but Udall continued to evade answering the question.
(h/t RNC Research)
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