Posted on July 11, 2019 in Countdown Vol 21 No 1: Emotional Rollercoaster
Four years ago, we were overwhelmed trying to report on 17 Republican presidential candidates. But, damn it, the Democrats will not be outdone here, so they’re running… 26 candidates? Oh, two dropped out already? Oh, that’s really nice. Any chance a dozen more could drop out soon, please? There is one super interesting thing about this election though: Israel’s human rights record is part of the conversation. Last month, the New York Times asked all the Democratic candidates to reflect on Israel’s human rights performance, and the responses ranged from "not bad" to "OMG that’s so...
Posted by Maya Chamra on July 02, 2019 in Blog
Marianne Williamson 2020 Candidate Tracker
Posted by Tess Waggoner on June 27, 2019 in Blog
Tonight is the second installment of back-to-back #DemDebate programming, as contenders for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination will face off in a crowded pool to articulate their visions for the future of our nation under their leadership.
Like the candidates, we are rolling out new resources and materials as the campaigns get underway to help you keep track of it all.
We are kicking off debate season with the launch of our 2020 Presidential Candidate Tracker, a tool designed to help inform voters about what statements candidates have made and where they stand on core issues for Arab Americans.
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Andrew Yang 2020 Candidate Tracker
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Biography Kamala Harris is a Democratic junior Senator from California. Since her...
Posted on June 26, 2019 in 2020 Presidential Candidate Profiles
2020 Presidential Candidate Profile: Cory Booker