Comstock says: "I passed a lot of tech legislation, worked a lot with my tech community, and I do think a lot of the technology areas are where we’re going to break through a lot of the sort of the right-left divide."
Comstock says: "It’s always good to stay in my lane on that one, and I don’t know what’s going to happen on the other side."
Comstock says: "Obviously you want women to be experienced, and in my case, I like the Maggie Thatcher model more in terms of women leaders, but I think we need to get women leaders out there on a lot of fronts."
Comstock says: "I think first and foremost that the economy is much more on track. Part of getting the economy on track is having technology work better so that things — whether it’s health care or access for medicine — are working better and costing less."
- Do you still think Roe. v Wade should be overturned?
- Why didn't you excuse yourself from voting on a bill that directly affected your employer? Will you do that in Congress?
- You're 0/2 on claims about the Affordable Care Act, earning a "False" and "Mostly False" from Politifact Virginia. Why do you continue to distort the truth?
- Did your votes blocking DHS funding over immigration have anything to do with that time you compared immigrants to FedEx packages?
- In light of the recent controversy over Indiana's right-to-discriminate laws, do you stand by your vote to "allow private adoption agencies to turn away parents based on sexual orientation or religious and moral beliefs?"