It would be interesting to look at it academically and more broadly, because i wonder how often they are really separate instances. Inother words, for more, all 3 behaviors sound quite related and part of his predatory nature. Its not like he was having sweet romantic dates with some 16 year olds, then tried to rape another 16 year old, then drastically changed it up and groomed/targeted a bulnerable 14 year old girl. Seems like it was all part of a pattern: target young vulnerable kids, exert pressure using emotional manipulation and leverage, and sometimes exert force. I would guess this is tip of the iceberg stuff, given the reports he wasbanned from a mall for praying on teens. This is a guy who worked in the court system who picked out girls who were waiting for custody hearings in the courthouse! Definition of vulnerable and underage kids.
As to the original question, statutory laws will always be tricky, because they have to be defined somewhere. There can be clearly immoral things that are illegal, in which case the person should not belegally barred from something but could absolutely be criticized for by politicians and is suitable for debate for a vote. Also interesting is when something is clearly immoral but legal (underage sex, rape of a spouse, etc), someone does it, then it becomes illegal and they stop. I would say this issubject to criticism justlike the above. And i dont think there is a statute of limitations that makes things off limits if you run for office in terms of whether an opponent cam bring something up for you to address.