2020 Presidential Election Site

This site tracks the views of the candidates in the Nov. 3, 2020 presidential election. We include all candidates who meet the criteria of having an active campaign and raising at least $10 million (excluding personal loans from the candidate).

We will add new issues each month to reach at least 50 issues by Oct. 15, 2020.

To get started, click on a candidate, scroll down to select an issue, take our presidential candidate matching quiz, or view the side-by-side candidate comparison.


Democrat
Joe Biden
Republican
Donald Trump
Libertarian
Jo Jorgensen



Former Candidates (alphabetical order)
Cory Booker
Pete Buttigieg
Tulsi Gabbard
Kamala Harris
Amy Klobuchar
Beto O'Rourke
Bernie Sanders
Elizabeth Warren
Andrew Yang
 
 
 

ISSUES AND CANDIDATE STATEMENTS




Our Latest Updates (archived after 30 days) rss icon
2020 Candidates on Surprise Medical Billing
6/1/2020 - Trump and Biden agree that the federal government should intervene to end surprise medical billing.

2020 Election Lesson Plans
6/1/2020 - 11 new lesson plans have been added ProCon's 2020 Election Lesson Plans resource, including a get out the vote campaign, an examination of third parties, and a photo analysis lesson.

2020 Candidates on the Public Charge Rule
5/26/2020 - The Public Charge rule states that the number of green card holders may be limited by the federal government by which immigrants are likely to be dependent on government resources. President Trump is pro the public charge rule, while Biden is con.

2020 Candidates on Welfare Work Requirements
5/18/2020 - President Trump believes people should be required to work to receive federal welfare benefits. Joe Biden is currently Not Clearly Pro or Con on work requirements but advocated for such requirements in the 1980s and 1990s.

2020 Candidates on Obamacare
5/11/2020 - Joe Biden believes Obamacare made history covering over 100 million people with health insurance, while Trump believes Obamacare should be replaced because the program is "lousy healthcare."

Archived Notices

Last updated on 6/1/2020 12:40:31 PM PST

This site tracks the views of the candidates in the Nov. 3, 2020 presidential election. We include all candidates who meet the criteria of having an active campaign and raising at least $10 million (excluding personal loans from the candidate).

We will add new issues each month to reach at least 50 issues by Oct. 15, 2020.

To get started, click on a candidate, scroll down to select an issue, take our presidential candidate matching quiz, or view the side-by-side candidate comparison.
Democrat
Joe Biden
Republican
Donald Trump
Libertarian
Jo Jorgensen



Former Candidates (alphabetical order)
Cory Booker
Pete Buttigieg
Tulsi Gabbard
Kamala Harris
Amy Klobuchar
Beto O'Rourke
Bernie Sanders
Elizabeth Warren
Andrew Yang
 
 
 






Our Latest Updates (archived after 30 days) rss icon
2020 Candidates on Surprise Medical Billing
6/1/2020 - Trump and Biden agree that the federal government should intervene to end surprise medical billing.

2020 Election Lesson Plans
6/1/2020 - 11 new lesson plans have been added ProCon's 2020 Election Lesson Plans resource, including a get out the vote campaign, an examination of third parties, and a photo analysis lesson.

2020 Candidates on the Public Charge Rule
5/26/2020 - The Public Charge rule states that the number of green card holders may be limited by the federal government by which immigrants are likely to be dependent on government resources. President Trump is pro the public charge rule, while Biden is con.

2020 Candidates on Welfare Work Requirements
5/18/2020 - President Trump believes people should be required to work to receive federal welfare benefits. Joe Biden is currently Not Clearly Pro or Con on work requirements but advocated for such requirements in the 1980s and 1990s.

2020 Candidates on Obamacare
5/11/2020 - Joe Biden believes Obamacare made history covering over 100 million people with health insurance, while Trump believes Obamacare should be replaced because the program is "lousy healthcare."

Archived Notices

Last updated on 6/1/2020 12:40:31 PM PST