Republican presidential candidates take on 'parental rights,' LGBTQ i...

Most Republican presidential hopefuls share the same views on so-called “culture war” issues, including prohibiting transgender women from participating in women’s sports, opposing LGBTQ materials in K-12 schools and supporting police forces against protesters – but candidates argue their specific approaches will help them win the nomination and beat President Joe Biden.

In the months ahead of the 2024 Iowa Republican caucuses, presidential candidates have emphasized their experience implementing socially conservative policies in office.

Former President Donald Trump leads in national polls at 61% and in Iowa polls at 47% according to aggregated data from Real Clear Politics. At Iowa allies, Trump spends much of his time speaking about his track record as president on issues like agriculture and trade with China, as well as contrasting himself to other GOP candidates and Biden.

Often, he also speaks about LGBTQ issues, including his…

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