Since the Democrat candidates are all listed as bad on just about everything, by The Conservative Review, I do not list them. My readers wouldn't vote for them anyway.
Civil Liberties ---- Bad - Good - Good-Bad - Bad
Free Market-------Bad -Mixed-Mixed-Mixed-Bad
Immigration ------Bad - Bad -Good - Bad - Good
Moral Issues -----Mixed -Mixed-Good-Good-Mixed
2nd Amendment-Mixed -Mixed-Good -Good-Mixed
and Trade---------Mixed - Mixed-Good-Good-Mixed
See the above ratings at the link below:
Conservative Review Comparison Of Candidates
The Conservative Review, above, classifies abortion and same-sex marriage Under "Moral Issues" in their graph, at their link above. So I will give you various other links where the candidate's own words are quoted concerning these two issues.
You will find all the candidate's positions, except Trump's,, listed at the link below. The study was done before he declared. I have searched out his own words on the subject, below the link.
Trump's Position on abortion
I am now pro-life; after years of being pro-choice
Donald Trump shocked attendees at the conservative CPAC conference in February when he declared himself pro-life after years of supporting the pro-abortion position. Several months ago, when questioned about his position, Trump responded by saying the public "would be surprised" by his stance and, in an interview with Laura Ingraham from Fox News, leading up to the conference, Trump characterized himself as "pro-life" and he repeated that apparent reversal when he told the audience at CPAC, "I am pro-life" and pledged to fight for the reversal of ObamaCare, which contains abortion funding loopholes.
Trump is an enigma
Carson's Position on abortion is Perplexing: