The Democratic primary season is upon us, and media organizations have begun publishing impressive summaries of different policy positions candidates are taking.
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Super Civics 2020 is from the PBS NewsHour. I’ll be creating a “Best” list on the 2020 Presidential elections, but probably not until after the Democratic primaries are done. For now, I’m adding this resource here.
Here’s a beginning list of them:
Politico’s Candidate’s View on the Issues
18 Questions.21 Democrats. Here’s What They Said. is from the NY Times.
Vox’s guide to where 2020 Democrats stand on policy is from Vox.
We’re asking 2020 Democrats where they stand on key issues is from The Washington Post.
The NEA has interviewed many of the Democratic candidates running for President about their views on education.
Where the candidates stand on education issues https://t.co/eEIbLDKkBk
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Which of these 2020 Democrats agrees with you most is from The Washington Post.
We had more questions for the Democrats running for president — 20 new questions, to be exact.
So we put them on the spot again and asked about everything from President Trump to who's their celebrity crush.
Here's what they had to say. https://t.co/hGuvxG3qSS
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 26, 2020