Tim Kaine and Mike Pence clash over questions about abortion.
Perhaps one of the most personal, intense policy arguments of Tuesday's vice presidential debate was on the issue of abortion. This, despite the fact that Mike Pence and Tim Kaine are both against the practice.
What separates them is whether their personal views should dictate public policy. Kaine offered a lengthy explanation of why he feels it should not, starting initially on the subject of the death penalty, which he opposes but carried out as Virginia governor.
Kaine personally opposes abortion. However, he's supported keeping the procedure legal and has earned a perfect voting record from Planned Parenthood.