"It's like contractors wrote it instead of disabled people," he said.
Otto is against nation building wars, like those in the Middle East.
"Some of the things I think are really great about it are the pre existing conditions [provisions,]" he said. "I've got multiple sclerosis and if I end up losing my insurance through my work, now I'll be able to get insurance."
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For instance, he'd like to reform the Americans with Disabilities Act. He said some of its provisions aren't helpful, like metal ramps, which get slick in the winter and are dangerous to all people.
defense and I feel they're costing precious American lives and also precious overseas lives," he said.
Since being appointed to the Senate by former Gov. Dave Freudenthal in 2007 after Sen. Craig Thomas died, Barrasso has quickly ascended the Republican ranks. Today, he is the fourth ranking member among the Senate Republican leadership.
Barrasso, a physician, hopes to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known less formally as "Obamacare."
If he wins, he would use that pull to focus on energy production, which is necessary to create jobs and provide the country with energy security, he said. He is the No. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, and has his name on bills that attempt to decrease government regulation of energy production.
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Chesnut uses a wheelchair to travel long distances and hand canes to stand. Being disabled has given him a unique perspective, he said.
"I believe in traditional marriage," he said. "But I also believe in community standards. If you are in San Francisco, a different application of marriage is going to be appropriate than if you were here or someplace else more conservative."
Otto opposes Obamacare. Health care reform should be undertaken by the states, he said.
Chesnut, 46, supports abortion rights, gay marriage and legalizing marijuana. He believes Obamacare is a good start to health care reform.
Tim Chesnut, the Democratic candidate for the Senate seat from Laramie, believes the hyper partisan atmosphere in Congress is a problem.
"I'm traveling the state extensively, visiting the people, listening to what they have to say," he said. "Elections are not reward systems. They are job applications."
Otto is the grandson of the late Bill and Vieve Gore, philanthropists whose company invented Gore Tex fabric.
"I hope, sitting down, using my sense of humor and levity, I think the Senate is a small enough body that I can effect [change], especially in committees and smaller groups," he said. "I want to work with people, frame the argument the way they want to hear it. We have to work with each other."
Gay marriage should be up to the states, he said.
hand. He has raised $293,716 from the oil and gas industry and $143,581 from the mining industry.
about federal spending and mandates that complicate matters like education.
Chesnut is a member of the Albany County Commission. He has raised $700 for his Senate campaign. He's spent about $300, he said.
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