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Duties: The President is: the head of state of the United States of America; the Chief Executive Officer; and, the Commander in Chief of all military forces. The powers of the President are prescribed in the Constitution and federal law. The President appoints the members of the Cabinet, ambassadors to other nations and the United Nations, Supreme Court Justices, and federal judges, subject to Senate approval. The President, along with the Cabinet and its agencies, is responsible for carrying out and enforcing the laws of the United States. The President may also recommend legislation to the United States Congress. Term: Four years. Limit of two terms. Base Salary: $400,000 per year.Note: All candidates who will appear on your state’s ballot are listed below but only those that meet the following criteria were invited to respond to the League’s questions in this guide. 1. The candidate must have made a public announcement of her/his intention to run for her/his Party's nomination for President; and,2. The candidate must meet the Presidential Election Campaign Fund Act's minimum contribution threshold requirements for qualifying for matching funds, based on the most recent data publicly available on the Federal Elections Commission website.During the Presidential primary season, voters cast a ballot for candidates in one party. League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) is required to have at least two candidates from the same party meet the above criteria before launching a voters’ guide covering that party. At this time, only one candidate running for the Republican Party’s nomination has met the LWVEF criteria and therefore no Republican candidates have been invited to participate. As soon as two Republican candidates meet the criteria or the party’s national nominating convention occurs, LWVEF will begin outreach to the qualified candidates immediately. Descripción de primaria presidencial:Deberes: El presidente es: el jefe de estado de los Estados Unidos de América; el director ejecutivo; y, el comandante en jefe de todas las fuerzas militares. Los poderes del presidente están prescritos en la constitución y la ley federal. El presidente nombra a los miembros del gabinete, embajadores ante otras naciones y las Naciones Unidas, jueces de la Corte Suprema y jueces federales, sujetos a la aprobación del Senado. El presidente, junto con el gabinete y sus agencias, es responsable de llevar a cabo y hacer cumplir las leyes de los Estados Unidos. El presidente también puede recomendar legislación al Congreso de los Estados Unidos.Plazo: cuatro años. Límite de dos términos.Salario base: $ 400,000 por año.Nota: Todos los candidatos que aparecerán en la papeleta electoral de su estado se enumeran a continuación, pero solo aquellos que cumplen con los siguientes criterios fueron invitados a responder las preguntas de la Liga en esta guía.1. El candidato debe haber hecho un anuncio público de su intención de postularse para la nominación de su partido para presidente; y,2. El candidato debe haber cumplido con los requisitos de contribución mínima de la ley de fondos para la campaña de elecciones presidenciales para poder calificar para fondos complementarios, según los datos más recientes disponibles públicamente en la página web de la Comisión Federal de Elecciones.Durante la temporada de las primarias presidenciales, los votantes emiten su voto por el candidato en uno de los partidos políticos. Se requiere al menos dos candidatos del mismo partido que cumplan con los criterios anteriores para que Fondo de Educación de la Liga de Mujeres Votantes (LWVEF) pueda lanzar una guía de votantes que cubra ese partido. En este momento, solo un candidato ha sido postulado para la nominación del partido republicano que cumple con los criterios de la LWVEF y, por lo tanto, ningún candidato republicano ha sido invitado a participar. Tan pronto como dos candidatos republicanos cumplan con los criterios o se celebre la convención de nominación nacional del partido, LWVEF comenzará a comunicarse con los candidatos calificados de inmediato.

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    Joe Biden
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    Tulsi Gabbard
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    Andrew Yang (Withdrew)
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Biographical Information

What policies do you support to improve and secure elections and voting in our country?

Please explain where you see opportunities for Democrats and Republicans to find common ground on the very serious issues facing our country.

What, if any, steps will you take to reform current immigration policies?

Please explain the policies, if any, you support to address gun violence in America.

What, if any, actions would you work towards in your first 100 days to address the threats facing the US due to climate change?

I’ve fought for voting rights since I first got involved in politics, helping to secure several extensions of the Voting Rights Act. But in 2013, the Supreme Court ripped the heart out of those voter protections. As president, I’ll enact legislation to restore the full force of the Voting Rights Act, and my Justice Department will challenge every one of the new Jim Crow laws that are now curtailing people’s right to vote. I’ll also boost state funding for secure voting with a paper record, and for better information-sharing. I’ll fight for automatic and same-day voter registration. And I’ll make sure that any country or group that seeks to interfere in our elections faces real and serious consequences.
The next president will inherit a divided nation and a world in disarray. They’ll need to hit the ground running to fix Trump’s mess, restore our global standing, and bring people together to get things done. Our next president will need to be a president for ALL Americans. I refuse to accept that we can’t work together to solve tough problems. It’s what democracy is all about. We can rebuild the middle class with historic investments in infrastructure, tackle prescription drug companies’ profiteering, build on Obamacare with a public option - and so much more. I know how to find common ground without compromising my values.
We’re a nation that values immigrants – it’s how we’ve constantly been able to renew our democracy. As president, I’ll reverse Trump’s assault on our values on day one, ending his cruel asylum policies, especially his Migrant Protection Protocols, family separation, and public charge rule. I’ll address the root causes pushing people to flee Central America. I’ll act immediately to protect Dreamers and their families. Then, I’ll invest real political capital to finally deliver legislative immigration reform to modernize our system, giving nearly 11 million undocumented people a path to citizenship, updating our visa system to sharpen our economic competitive edge, and preserving family unification and diversity as cornerstones of our system
Gun violence is a public health epidemic. We need courage to stand up to the NRA and fix our broken gun laws. I’ve beaten it before – twice. As president, I’ll do it again. I’ll ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and require background checks for all gun sales. I’ll fight for red-flag laws and close the Charleston and boyfriend loopholes, to get guns out of dangerous hands. I’ll invest in smart gun technology and new strategies to reduce daily gun violence in cities. I’ll work to heal trauma that outlasts shootings, starting by doubling the number of school mental health professionals. And I’ll address the deadly nexus of gun violence and domestic violence, starting by signing into law the Violence Against Women Act of 2019.
Climate change is our most urgent threat. Beating Trump won’t end it, but it’s key to all progress. In 1986, I introduced one of the first climate bills; PolitiFact says I’m a “climate change pioneer.” Now, I’ve outlined a bold plan to match today’s crisis – putting us on a path to a 100% clean-energy economy and net-zero emissions by 2050. On day one, I’ll rejoin the Paris Accord, restore American leadership, and push the world to do more. I’ll invest $1.7 trillion in clean energy research and development, and in transforming our infrastructure – from electric vehicle charging stations to high-speed rail – reducing emissions and withstanding the impacts of a changing climate, and creating 10 million good-paying jobs, that can be union jobs
My Douglass Plan proposes a 21st Century Voting Rights Act to end voter suppression, expand access to the ballot box, and create a democracy where the rights of each citizen no longer depend on the color of their skin, where they live, or their political party.

My administration will make registration easier by automatically registering eligible voters and allowing online and same-day registration. I will allow early voting and vote-by-mail and make Election Day a national holiday.

I will ensure that we have a nonpartisan and fully resourced election administration to prevent unfair partisan skewing of our elections. I support a paper trail for every vote, so Americans can ensure their votes are counted.
I believe in the American values of freedom, security and democracy, which can bring Democrats and Republicans together. We can work together to bring affordable health care to all Americans while preserving choice and lowering costs through my Medicare for All Who Want It plan. We can find common ground in managing the federal budget responsibly, so that we are not leaving future generations to pay our bills.

The climate crisis requires everyone–Democrats, Republicans, rural Americans, the private sector, and nonprofits–work in an inclusive effort that transcends political parties. By focusing on the values and priorities that unite us, we can find solutions to our toughest challenges and build coalitions big enough to get things done.
I will work with Congress to create a path to citizenship for the approximately 11 million undocumented people, including Dreamers, TPS and DED holders. The vast majority of Americans agree on this, but Washington has not delivered. I will take executive action to protect immigrants in America and reinstate a humane border policy. I will end family separation, unify separated families, and end for-profit detention. In addition, I will send asylum seekers and other migrants at the border to facilities run by HHS, not CBP, so we can prioritize migrants’ safety. We must end metering, MPP, and the so-called Safe Third Country agreements that are all meant to discourage asylum seekers. We should protect people seeking refuge, not turn them away.
To prevent dangerous individuals from getting guns, as described in my gun control policy, I will make background checks universal and close the “boyfriend”, “Charleston”, and “hate” loopholes. I will ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines, support red flag laws, and create a national gun licensing system.

We must also combat the domestic extremism and white nationalism that has motivated shooters to target communities of color. I will dedicate $1 billion to prevent and combat violent extremism, empower law enforcement with greater resources for preventing domestic terrorist attacks, and work with social media platforms to identify and limit the spread of hateful ideology.
We need immediate and bold action on the climate crisis and my climate change plan will ensure we reach zero emissions by 2035 and reach net-zero emissions by 2050.

On Day 1, I will rejoin the Paris Agreement. Within my first 100 days, I will work with Congress to pass a carbon tax rebated back to Americans. I will call for the federal government to quadruple investment in clean energy research, invest $550 billion in deploying clean energy technologies and $200 billion to help displaced fossil fuel workers retrain.

I will also set higher standards for clean fuel emissions and electricity and mandate that new materials the federal government uses or pays for to construct infrastructure must be under a specified level of carbon emissions.
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I support campaign finance reform to reject the influence of corporate donations and PAC money on our elections and I support ending the practice of gerrymandering, which threatens our democracy and fuels corruption and a widening partisan divide.

We need to ensure the integrity and security of our nation’s election systems and protect our democracy from hacking by adversaries. I introduced the Securing America’s Elections Act to require paper ballots or voter-verified paper backups in order to protect our elections from malicious hackers and to make sure that every vote will be accurately counted.
In every issue that faces our nation, there are opportunities for Democrats and Republicans to find common ground. What is lacking is the political will to reach across the aisle, build relationships and find compromise.

Throughout my time in office, I have prioritized bipartisan outreach. If our leaders are unable to reach stable agreements based on finding common ground, then they will not be able to deliver. Their promises will ring hollow and they will create a state of permanent disruption.

As president, I will listen to the voices of all Americans, lead in the spirit of putting service above self, and upholding our country’s original ideals of being of the people, by the people, and for the people.
We need comprehensive immigration reform to address our broken immigration laws and have a serious conversation about the most effective and humane ways to compassionately secure our borders while building bridges and cooperative foreign policy with other countries. We need to ensure we have a clear, enforceable, accessible, and humane pathway to citizenship, fund and equip agencies in charge of processing asylum claim and protect migrants, and pass DACA. We must also end our longstanding policy of military and economic intervention in Central and South America which has contributed to decades of civil war and economic instability which is the root cause of mass immigration.
I have long called for reinstating a federal ban on military-style assault weapons and high capacity magazines, requiring comprehensive pre-purchase background checks for every gun sale, preventing domestic abusers from acquiring a gun, closing the gun-show loophole, and making sure that terrorists are not allowed to buy guns. I am focused on building bipartisan solutions that can actually be passed into law.

As President, I would work with Congress to pass common sense gun safety legislation. The stakes are too high to allow politics to get in the way of taking bipartisan action on this. While I strongly support the second amendment, we can all agree that we need sensible gun laws to keep our us and our children safe.
As president, I will tackle climate change by ushering in a Green Century - a century that harnesses technology and innovation to create jobs in renewable energy, revitalize our communities, and protect our environment. We must end taxpayer subsidies for big oil, fossil fuels and nuclear power, and instead invest in 100% renewable and safe energy sources like wind, solar, and geothermal. We must address the national security threat of climate change, end wasteful wars for oil, and address vulnerabilities to attacks/hacks into our electrical grids that can be eliminated by decentralizing power sources and investing in renewable energy storage.
Senator Klobuchar believes we must make sure people’s voices are heard. She has been a leader on this issue in the Senate and as President she will champion a voting rights and democracy reform package, including automatically registering every 18-year-old to vote, ending voter purges, and restoring the Voting Rights Act. She has also led the way in the Senate when it comes to stopping cyber-attacks on our elections and protecting against future foreign interference and will push for security protocols such as backup paper ballots and audits. Read more about Senator Klobuchar’s plan to safeguard our elections, strengthen our democracy and restore trust in government here.
A key focus of Senator Klobuchar’s campaign is bringing people with her and not shutting them out. That’s what she’s done her entire career, including in the Senate where she has been the lead Democrat on more than 100 bipartisan bills signed into law. As President, she will continue to work with Republicans on issues like reducing prescription drug prices, passing comprehensive immigration reform, rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure, and pushing for action to secure our elections from foreign interference.

Senator Klobuchar believes that comprehensive immigration reform is crucial to moving our economy and our country forward. She supports a comprehensive immigration reform bill that includes the DREAM Act, border security and an accountable pathway to earned citizenship. She is committed to stopping the cruel and inhumane policy where the government is taking kids away from their parents.
Senator Klobuchar believes that gun violence prevention policies are long overdue. She supports a package of gun violence policies including instituting universal background checks by closing the gun show loophole and banning bump stocks, high capacity ammunition feeding devices and assault weapons. She is also the author of a proposal that would close what is commonly referred to as the ‘boyfriend loophole’ by preventing people who have abused dating partners from buying or owning firearms. Read more about Senator Klobuchar’s gun violence policies here.
Senator Klobuchar is deeply committed to tackling the climate crisis. She is a co-sponsor of a Green New Deal and has signed the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge. On day one of her presidency she will get us back into the International Climate Change Agreement. On day two and day three, she will bring back and strengthen clean power rules and gas mileage standards that the Obama Administration put into place. And during her first 100 days in office, she will put forward sweeping legislation that provides a landmark investment in clean-energy jobs and infrastructure and puts our country on a path to achieving 100% net-zero emissions no later than 2050. Read more about Senator Klobuchar’s climate policies here.
Bernie believes that voting is a fundamental American right. As president, he will: -Restore & expand the Voting Rights Act. -Re-enfranchise millions of Americans who have had their right to vote taken away by a felony conviction, including those currently incarcerated. -Secure automatic voter registration for every American 18+. -Overturn Citizens United. -End racist voter suppression & partisan gerrymandering. -Abolish racist voter ID laws, super PACs, & the Electoral College. -Make Election Day a national holiday. -Ensure voting is fully accessible to people with disabilities -Replace corporate funding & donations from millionaires & billionaires w/ mandatory public funding of elections. -Expand early voting & make absentee voting easier
Right now we have a president who wants to divide us up by the color of our skin, our country of origin, our gender, our religion and our sexual orientation. Bernie is going to do exactly the opposite. We are going to bring our people together – black, white, Latino, Native American, Asian American, gay and straight, young and old, men and women, native born and immigrant.

Not only is Bernie going to be Commander in Chief, he will be Organizer in Chief. He will rally the American people and stand up to the greed of the corporate elite.

We’ll build the grassroots movement necessary to enact the transformative change we need on climate change, health care, education, a higher minimum wage, workers’ rights, criminal justice, and more.
Bernie will act immediately to overhaul our broken immigration system and enact a humane policy at the border and in the interior that respects human and civil rights. As President, Bernie will: -Use executive authority to reverse Trump’s harmful actions on immigration. -Place a moratorium on deportations and end ICE raids. -Restore and expand DACA. -Push Congress to enact a fair, swift, and inclusive path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. -Break up ICE and CBP and return their core functions to their previous departments. -Decriminalize and demilitarize the border, and ensure due process. -Strengthen and protect immigrant labor rights. -Lift Trump’s draconian refugee caps and taking in those forced from their homes due to climate
Bernie will take on the NRA & pass common sense gun safety legislation. -Expand background checks & end the gun show loophole -End the “boyfriend” loophole to get guns out of the hands of domestic abusers & stalkers -Ban the sale & distribution of assault weapons -Ban high-capacity ammunition magazines -Enact a voluntary buyback program for assault weapons -Regulate assault weapons in the same way as fully automatic weapons, essentially making them unlawful to own -Crack down on “straw purchases,” where people buy guns for criminals -Support “red flag” laws & legislation to keep guns out of the hands of domestic abusers and stalkers -Ban the 3-D printing of firearms & bump stocks -Pass Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act
Together, we’ll launch the decade of the Green New Deal, a ten-year, nationwide mobilization centered around justice and equity during which climate change will be factored into virtually every area of policy.

As president, Bernie will declare a national emergency on climate change and take immediate, large-scale action to reverse its effects. Bernie will use executive authority to aggressively regulate greenhouse gas emissions, ban fracking, ban offshore drilling, rejoin and strengthen the Paris Climate Agreement, and more.

Bernie will work with Congress to pass a comprehensive Green New Deal to create 20 million good-paying union jobs while meeting the IPCC emissions reductions targets and transforming our energy system and our economy
My plan to strengthen our democracy will establish uniform federal rules to make voting easy, including by expanding same-day and automatic registration and early voting, making election day a holiday, ending voter purges, and requiring independent redistricting commissions to end partisan gerrymandering. We will also replace every voting machine in the country with state-of-the-art equipment and lock all federal voting technology systems behind a security firewall like it’s Fort Knox. States will have a strong financial incentive to follow these rules in their state and local elections, and we will pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act and the Native American Voting Rights Act to shut down a host of festering discriminatory practices.
In 2019, 5 out of every 6 Americans do not trust their government to do the right thing. That’s because our government works great for the wealthy and well-connected, but not for everyone else. Universal child care. Criminal justice reform. Gun reform. On issue after issue, widely popular policies are stymied because giant corporations and billionaires use their money and influence to stand in the way of big, structural change. That’s corruption, plain and simple, and it’s why I’ve proposed the biggest set of anti-corruption reforms since Watergate. My plan slams shut the revolving door between government and industry, ends lobbying as we know it, and more – so we can root out corruption and make government work for everyone.
I have a plan to create a fair immigration system that preserves our security, grows our economy, and reflects our values. I will reduce the family reunification backlog and remove the bars that make it harder to apply for legal status. I will also reinstate and expand DACA and protections for our Dreamers and their families. And I’ll extend the individual exercise of discretion to offer deferred action protections to immigrants who have contributed to our country for years and have built careers and families here, while pushing for a far-reaching legislative fix that provides a fair but achievable path to citizenship for them. I’ll also raise the refugee cap, reaffirm asylum protections, and rescind Trump’s bigoted Muslim Ban.
My administration will set a goal to reduce gun deaths by 80% and take executive and legislative action to meet it. As president, I will restrict gun movement across borders and extend reporting requirements, background checks, and minimum age restrictions to cover the vast majority of gun sales. Those who break the law, like gun traffickers and gun dealers who repeatedly violate the rules, will face prosecution and license revocation. Criminals convicted of hate crimes and domestic abuse will also be restricted from owning a gun. And in my first 100 days, I’ll send Congress legislation to establish a federal licensing system, universal background checks, and other common sense reforms to reduce gun deaths in America.
From day one, I will fight for a Green New Deal, using all the tools of the federal government. I’ll immediately issue a sweeping climate executive order to show Americans and the rest of the world that defeating the climate crisis is a top priority. I will ban all new fossil fuel leases offshore and on public lands, rejoin the Paris Agreement, reinstate Obama era environmental protections, and beef up enforcement of the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts. I plan to bring the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council to the White House for a summit. And I will send Congress my plan for 100% clean energy, which is fully paid for and leverages additional trillions in private investment to create 10.6 million good union jobs.
Our democracy is broken, and Andrew has one of the most ambitious plans to rewrite the rules of our country so that it works for us. Andrew plans to address campaign finance through a public financing plan - Democracy Dollars - where every eligible voter will receive $100 per election to donate to any federal or local candidate. This will drown out the current dark money that plagues campaign finance. Andrew will also restore voting rights to most current and previously incarcerated individuals, end partisan gerrymandering, implement automatic voter registration, and make election day a federal holiday. He will also push to update and restore the Voting Rights Act.
Andrew’s flagship proposal, the Freedom Dividend of $1,000 a month for all citizens over the age of 18, addresses serious issues seen by both Democrats and Republicans. As more jobs are lost to automation, we must propose powerful solutions to rewrite the rules of the 21st century economy to put humanity first. By creating a basic income as a right of citizenship, it eliminates stigma, reminding each of us that we’re owners and stakeholders in the country. In conservative Alaska, the oil dividend has bipartisan support, in part because of its universality. The Freedom Dividend addresses serious issues like economic inequality and poverty, while also reducing reliance on welfare and bureaucracy by producing economic freedom.
As the son of immigrants, Andrew is proof of the positive power of immigration. Almost half of Fortune 500 companies were started by immigrants or children of immigrants. Immigrants make our economy stronger and more dynamic, but they are being scapegoated by the current administration. If you go to a factory in Michigan, it’s not wall-to-wall immigrants; it’s wall-to-wall robots and industrial machines. Andrew is committed to supporting DACA, the DREAM Act, expanding TPS, eliminating private prisons and detention centers, and ending the use of law enforcement as ICE Detainers. He will fully fund the immigration and asylum court system ensuring speedy hearings, provide counsel to anyone seeking asylum, and keep families together.
Andrew recognizes that gun ownership is a serious responsibility. He supports better gun safety measures. The Yang administration would enact universal background checks and promote a stringent licensing system. He would work to ban assault weapons. Andrew also supports a federal buyback program for individuals who want to give up their firearms. He would also work to repeal shield laws to ensure that the gun manufacturers have an economic motivation to ensure their weapons don’t end up in the wrong hands. Finally, he’d invest in technology that would ensure only authorized users could fire a weapon.
Climate change is an existential threat, and we need to leave all options on the table. Andrew’s plan will immediately cut all subsidies for fossil fuel companies and new leases on public lands. He will invest in the development of new, safer nuclear reactors to generate immense amounts of carbon-free power. Andrew will invest heavily in renewable energy and carbon capture technologies to slow and reverse the damage already done to our climate. He will direct the EPA to enforce the CAA and set a net-zero target for new buildings and cars. And he will provide resources to communities that need to relocated due to the impact of climate change, which too often falls on communities that are already struggling economically.
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