Associated Press: “Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes on Wednesday twice refused to say whether she would have voted for President Barack Obama’s signature health care law. Asked two times whether she’d have voted for the 2010 overhaul, the Kentucky Democrat who is challenging Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell told The Associated Press: “I, when we are in the United States Senate, will work to fix the Affordable Care Act.””

Q: Alison, would you have voted for ObamaCare in 2010?

On MSNBC this morning, Alison Lundergan Grimes was said to be “twisting in the wind” and not able to pick one side or the other on Keystone XL. (WATCH HERE

Q: Alison, where do you stand on the Keystone XL pipeline? Why have you refused to take a firm stance on it?

Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard arguments regarding whether or not ObamaCare is infringing upon religious liberties, particularly in the case of Hobby Lobby.

Q: Alison, where do you stand on the recent Supreme Court case regarding Hobby Lobby and religious freedom? Which side do you agree with?

According to WFPL, ”The Grimes campaign has dodged repeated questions about whether she opposes, supports or would have participated in the climate change discussion,” the #Up4Climate all night talk-a-thon put on by anti-coal Senate Democrats (including Sen. Gillibrand who hosted a fundraiser for Grimes that same morning).

Q: Alison, why won’t you tell Kentuckians where you stand on the climate change discussion? Is it because you’re afraid you might upset your donor base of anti-coal liberals or because you don’t want Kentucky voters to know where you really stand on environmental issues?

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Q: Alison, do you agree with Jack Conway’s decision to not appeal Judge Heyburn’s order to recognize same-sex marriages in Kentucky or Governor Beshear’s decision to appeal Judge Heyburn’s order? 

Five years ago, Barack Obama signed his failed stimulus into law, and it fell abysmally short of expectations. Obama’s stimulus failed to fulfill the unemployment promise of Obama’s economic advisors, went to Obama’s wasteful pet projects, and cost taxpayers $830 billion. Since Obama signed the stimulus, only 16,395 more Kentuckians are employed, and Kentucky’s labor force has shrunk by 15,129.

All Democrats in the Senate voted for Obama’s failed stimulus bill.

Q: Alison, would you have voted for Obama’s failed stimulus bill?