The term issue voting describes the process of casting votes by voters on the basis of political issues. Unlike traditionally or in some of the developing countries where the electorates put more emphasis on the political parties based on the flag bearers, voters in the United States are mainly guided by political policies of political parties. Some public policies have been a matter of controversy hence bringing about disagreement between political parties. This study covers the research question that Catholics in the United States are faced with a dilemma between voting issues and voting parties. This is because they support the policy of Republicans based on their stance on pro-life but are strongly opposed to the death penalty which is supported by the Republicans.