On Tuesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Paul Sadler, the democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, joined Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew to talk about his campaign for Senate.

Concerning Obamacare, Sadler said he agrees with a large majority of the bill, and claims that about 80% of Texans agree with it as well. He said that the idea of trying to repeal Obamacare as a whole would be one of the worst ideas possible.

"There are things in that bill, for example, with pre-existing conditions and women's health care and seniors with annual screenings...your insurance not being able to be terminated when you're sick. These are things that help us as human beings and why anyone would just want to give those things away is silly to me."

Sadler also spoke about immigration, saying that the idea of simply rounding up all the illegal immigrants and sending them back to their own countries was not a practical solution. He was also against the idea of building a fence around the border. Sadler instead, stressed the importance of having a "practical" solution to the immigration problem that involved work permits and "creating a path to citizenship." Sadler also gave his opinion on how Obama has fared as a president, and what he thought of Obama's statement concerning individual success in America.

For more information on Paul Sadler's campaign for U.S. Senate, visit his website at sadlerforsenate.com.