NEW: 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, go straight to our presidential candidate matching quiz, or view the side-by-side candidate comparison.


Democrat
Joe Biden
Cory Booker
Pete Buttigieg
Kamala Harris
Amy Klobuchar
Beto O'Rourke
Bernie Sanders
Elizabeth Warren
Andrew Yang
Republican
Donald Trump



 




Our Latest Updates (archived after 30 days) rss icon
2020 Election: FEC Releases Updated Fundraising Numbers
10/17/2019 - The Federal Election Commission (FEC) has released updated fundraising numbers for all 2020 candidates, including Andrew Yang, who now meets ProCon.org's inclusion criteria.

Should the US Have Withdrawn Troops from Northern Syria in Oct. 2019?
10/17/2019 - Learn about the withdrawal of US troops from northern Syria and read the 2020 presidential candidates' views on this foreign policy decision.

Voter ID Laws: 2020 Candidates in Their Own Words
10/4/2019 - Should Voters Be Required to Show Photo Identification in Order to Vote? See why President Trump is Pro on this issue and why the Democratic candidates are Con.

Decriminalizing Illegal Border Crossings: 2020 Candidates in Their Own Words
10/3/2019 - Should unauthorized entry into the United States be a civil or criminal offense? The field of 2020 candidates is divided on whether they would decriminalize illegal border crossings.

Iran Nuclear Deal: 2020 Candidates in Their Own Words
10/2/2019 - Should the United States Re-Enter a Nuclear Deal with Iran? See what the presidential candidates say on this issue.

2020 Presidential Candidates on Making Election Day a Holiday
10/1/2019 - Election Day in the United States is the Tuesday following the first Monday in November of an election year. Seven Democratic candidates are in favor of establishing a federal holiday on Election Day.

Archived Notices

Last updated on 10/17/2019 11:44:46 AM 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, go straight to our presidential candidate matching quiz, or view the side-by-side candidate comparison.
Democrat
Joe Biden
Cory Booker
Pete Buttigieg
Kamala Harris
Amy Klobuchar
Beto O'Rourke
Bernie Sanders
Elizabeth Warren
Andrew Yang
Republican
Donald Trump



 





Our Latest Updates (archived after 30 days) rss icon
2020 Election: FEC Releases Updated Fundraising Numbers
10/17/2019 - The Federal Election Commission (FEC) has released updated fundraising numbers for all 2020 candidates, including Andrew Yang, who now meets ProCon.org's inclusion criteria.

Should the US Have Withdrawn Troops from Northern Syria in Oct. 2019?
10/17/2019 - Learn about the withdrawal of US troops from northern Syria and read the 2020 presidential candidates' views on this foreign policy decision.

Voter ID Laws: 2020 Candidates in Their Own Words
10/4/2019 - Should Voters Be Required to Show Photo Identification in Order to Vote? See why President Trump is Pro on this issue and why the Democratic candidates are Con.

Decriminalizing Illegal Border Crossings: 2020 Candidates in Their Own Words
10/3/2019 - Should unauthorized entry into the United States be a civil or criminal offense? The field of 2020 candidates is divided on whether they would decriminalize illegal border crossings.

Iran Nuclear Deal: 2020 Candidates in Their Own Words
10/2/2019 - Should the United States Re-Enter a Nuclear Deal with Iran? See what the presidential candidates say on this issue.

2020 Presidential Candidates on Making Election Day a Holiday
10/1/2019 - Election Day in the United States is the Tuesday following the first Monday in November of an election year. Seven Democratic candidates are in favor of establishing a federal holiday on Election Day.

Archived Notices

Last updated on 10/17/2019 11:44:46 AM PST