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 topics each month to reach at least 50 issues by Oct. 31, 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
Republican
Donald Trump



 
ISSUES AND CANDIDATE STATEMENTS
Healthcare

Immigration

Environment





Our Latest Updates (archived after 30 days) rss icon
2020 Presidential Candidates on Taxes
9/13/2019 - Should any federal taxes be increased? All of the Democratic candidates have said they would increase some federal taxes, by means such as raising corporate tax rates or rolling back the Trump tax cuts. President Trump has said he wants lower taxes.

2020 Presidential Candidates on Student Loan Debt Forgiveness
9/12/2019 - Should Student Loan Debt Be Forgiven? Two candidates in the 2020 election are "pro," while the rest support forgiveness for a narrowly defined group such as veterans or teachers.

2020 Presidential Candidates on Universal Background Checks
9/11/2019 - Should Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases Be Made Law? See the views of nine candidates on requiring background checks for firearms sales.

New 2020 Election Question: Should the Death Penalty Be Allowed?
9/10/2019 - The federal government announced in 2019 that it would resume capital punishment for the first time since 2003. Explore the positions of nine 2020 presidential election candidates on the death penalty.

NEW ProCon.org Website! - 2020 Presidential Election: The Candidates and Where They Stand on the Issues
8/29/2019 – Learn about the presidential candidates' views on important issues, compare them with a side-by-side chart, take our matching quiz, track their finances, and so much more on our 2020 Presidential Election website. The New York Times called our previous presidential election site "The most comprehensive tool for researching the candidate's stance on issues." Check back monthly for expanded issue coverage.

Archived Notices

Last updated on 9/13/2019 2:31:41 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 topics each month to reach at least 50 issues by Oct. 31, 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
Republican
Donald Trump



 
Issues and Candidate Statements
Crime & Justice

Economy

Education

Healthcare

Immigration

Environment






Our Latest Updates (archived after 30 days) rss icon
2020 Presidential Candidates on Taxes
9/13/2019 - Should any federal taxes be increased? All of the Democratic candidates have said they would increase some federal taxes, by means such as raising corporate tax rates or rolling back the Trump tax cuts. President Trump has said he wants lower taxes.

2020 Presidential Candidates on Student Loan Debt Forgiveness
9/12/2019 - Should Student Loan Debt Be Forgiven? Two candidates in the 2020 election are "pro," while the rest support forgiveness for a narrowly defined group such as veterans or teachers.

2020 Presidential Candidates on Universal Background Checks
9/11/2019 - Should Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases Be Made Law? See the views of nine candidates on requiring background checks for firearms sales.

New 2020 Election Question: Should the Death Penalty Be Allowed?
9/10/2019 - The federal government announced in 2019 that it would resume capital punishment for the first time since 2003. Explore the positions of nine 2020 presidential election candidates on the death penalty.

NEW ProCon.org Website! - 2020 Presidential Election: The Candidates and Where They Stand on the Issues
8/29/2019 – Learn about the presidential candidates' views on important issues, compare them with a side-by-side chart, take our matching quiz, track their finances, and so much more on our 2020 Presidential Election website. The New York Times called our previous presidential election site "The most comprehensive tool for researching the candidate's stance on issues." Check back monthly for expanded issue coverage.

Archived Notices

Last updated on 9/13/2019 2:31:41 PM PST