Democratic Candidates


Joe Biden is one of the Democratic candidates running to represent the Democratic party in the 2020 election against Donald Trump. After eight years working behind the scenes as the vice-president under the Obama administration, he has announced his 2020 run for president. During his years as vice president, he has helped pass legislation such as pulling troops out of Iraq. Mr. Biden’s ability to negotiate with Republican congressmen helped the Obama administration pass legislation such as the Tax Relief, Violence Against Women Act, Unemployment Insurance Act, Job Creation Act, and many more. Mr. Biden has been involved in politics his whole life, having served 6 terms as a senator. He is the single most qualified candidate running on the Democratic ticket to defeat Trump in the 2020 election. With his knowledge and experience, Joe Biden is more than qualified to become president of the United States. With your support, we can create a better tomorrow for the American people that is truly for the people. There are better days ahead and we will be there when it happens. Show your support so we know that you’re riding with Biden!

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Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren grew up in Oklahoma in a working middle-class family of six. When she was twelve, Warren’s father suffered a heart attack and was unable to work, so Warren began working at age 13 to help support her family. In high school, Warren joined the debate team and went on to win the state high school debating championship. At age 16, she won a debate scholarship to George Washington University. During the late 1970s through the 1990s, Warren taught law at several American universities while researching bankruptcy-related issues and middle-class personal finance. She was also involved with public work in bankruptcy regulation and consumer protection in the mid-1990s. In 1995, she was appointed the position of advisor to the National Bankruptcy Review Commission, She helped draft the commission's report and worked for several years to oppose legislation intended to restrict consumers' right to file for bankruptcy. Warren ran in the 2012 election in Massachusetts for the U.S. Senate. She has served as Massachusetts’s Senator since 2013. Her goal of ending corruption has moved her to run for higher office. She is currently a front-runner for the Democratic Party in the 2020 presidential election.

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Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders is re-running for the democratic candidate for the president of the United States. Born in Brooklyn, NY in 1941, Sanders grew up in a poor family and was the first in his family to attend college. He first attended Brooklyn college and then transferred to the University of Chicago. In 1962, Sanders was arrested for protesting segregation in Chicago schools in 1963, Sanders marched with Martin Luther King Jr. in Washington and witnessed his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. In 1981, Bernie Sanders was the mayor of Burlington and was re-elected 3 times. He ran for Congress in 1990 and was elected for 8 terms, giving him the experience that qualifies him to run for the democratic candidate. Elected to the Senate in 2006, he is the longest serving independent in U.S. congressional history. He has secured $12.5 billion in funding for the Affordable Care Act which serves over 25 million Americans. Remember, if you got standards, vote for Sanders!

Kamala Harris

Kamala Devi Harris, born on October 20, 1964, is an up and coming democratic nominee running for the 2020 election campaign. Harris’ career goes all the way back to the 1990s in Oakland, California, where she established herself as a deputy district attorney. In 2010, She became the first Indian woman and second African American to hold the position of California’s attorney general. Her rising stature led to her recruitment to run for the place of retiring US senator, Barbara Boxer, who’s position she easily won in 2016. Harris believes in the creation of a realistic plan to transition to clean energy, advocates for debt free college & interest free loans, and supports mandatory buy backs of assault weapons. She also believes that healthcare should be free and universal, and that we must have a secure border but that undocumented immigrants should not be treated as criminals in the process. As we get closer to elections, please remember,VOTE Kamala Harris For Townsend Harris.

Pete Buttigieg

Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg was born on January 19, 1982 in South Bend, Indiana. He is a Harvard graduate and was the president of Harvard Institute of Politics Student Advisory Committee. Peter joined the military in 2007. He was elected as the mayor of South Bend Indiana in 2011, and re elected in 2015. Buttigieg is pro choice and favors the U.S. renewing the Paris Climate Change agreement. He supports the Green New Deal, and rejects crony capitalism. He favors the abolition of the electoral college. Buttigieg advocates for a single payer healthcare system for all who want it. Buttigieg does not approve of Trump's aggressive deportation policies. He shared a Douglas plan that would address systemic racism. For Pete's sake, vote for Pete.

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Republican Candidates

Donald Trump

Lemme cut right to the chase. My name is President Donald J. Trump, and I'm running for presidential reelection in 2020. I have the highest IQ out of all the other candidates, and I've proven it time and time again! We've recorded the lowest levels of unemployment for minorities ever, meaning more African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and Asian-Americans are working than ever! Plus, I've moved Prison Reform forward with the First Step Act, BANNED semi-automatic bump stocks, and donated my presidential paycheck to numerous Government departments--but the media won't tell you that! Always remember that, despite the negative press covfefe.

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William Weld

Bill Weld is a Republican candidate running in the Republican primaries for the 2020 presidential election. During his time as the former Governor of Massachusetts, he made many reforms, cutting taxes 21 times, and balancing the budget. He also participated in the creation of many landmark reforms, such as signing the welfare reform, making public schools accountable, and was always an avid supporter of LGBT Civil rights. He was also an Attorney General where out of 111 cases, he was able to win 109 convictions. We need someone that will fight for the American people, and Bill has proven to be capable of doing that. The immigration system needs reform, and women should have the right to abortions. We must undo the damage Trump has done during his presidency. On Election Day, you know the drill, vote for Bill!

Mark Sanford

Mark Sanford is a Republican candidate running in primaries for the 2020 presidential election. From 1995-2001, Sanford represented South Carolina in the House of Representatives, with admirable efforts to lower government spending, taxes, and expansions. From 2003-2011, he then served as governor of South Carolina, making further cuts to state spending, and reconstructing the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles as an agency independent from the highway department. During his second term in 2009, Sanford was the first governor to ever refuse federal funding of $700 million, proving his devotion to decreasing the national debt. He organized an eventual compromise where the state legislature provided funds to decrease state debt with the acceptance of said federal funding. Sanford is a strong supporter of the One Percent Spending Reduction Act, or the Penny Plan, as he hopes to cut a penny from every dollar of government spending. Although debt or excessive spending is Sanford’s main focus, he also is concerned for and plans to act upon countless issues important to America. Sanford finds protection of civil liberties, during a time where government frequently invades privacy, to be of crucial importance. Sanford hopes to avoid intervention, easing off the trade war to prevent global conflicts. He believes in allocating certain federal funds for elementary and secondary education to scholarships, vouchers, and low-income families to provide children with the opportunity to attend private and religious schools if they wish to have the option. Sanford recognizes global warming and the impending climate crisis as an issue, proven by his vote against offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. More than anyone, Mark Sanford is devoted, willing to do anything and everything he can to make a better place for the American people. So on election day, remember to vote Mark Sanford; he’ll fight for what you stand for!

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