The presidential candidates are vying for the hearts and minds of the American people.
There’s a good chance that one of them will win the election, but they’ll have to make a choice, too.
As always, you can find all of the candidates’ positions on a daily basis in our daily newsletter.
You can read more from our archives, and you can read our picks for the best presidential candidates.
The next presidential election will be held in 2020.
Here are some of the most common questions we’ve received over the past month.
Do you think Donald Trump should run?
If he were running today, he’d be the first president in American history to lose the popular vote by more than 2 million votes.
The Electoral College system allows a candidate who wins the Electoral College to not receive the electoral votes needed to win the presidency, and he won’t even have to win a majority of electoral votes to do so.
He’d still need a majority in the Senate to get his agenda through.
In fact, he’ll have a majority even without a majority.
And, he won the presidency by winning only 28% of the popular votes.
That’s less than half of what Barack Obama won in 2008.
Do Democrats need a progressive candidate to win?
Not at all.
Most Americans would vote for a Republican president, and a progressive one should be the best way to address the problems facing the country.
The fact that Democrats have so many progressive voices on the ticket makes it easier for them to win over moderate voters.
There are a lot of people on both sides of the aisle, and it’s really difficult for a candidate to appeal to moderates if he or she’s running on a progressive platform.
The Democratic Party has a long history of running progressive candidates.
As a candidate, I have been a strong supporter of the causes I believe in, and I’ve been very vocal on social issues in my own campaigns.
But it’s time for a change.
If the party doesn’t address some of these issues, they’ll continue to struggle.
Do women need a president?
We’ve seen the gender gap grow as women have more access to the political process, and as more women are involved in politics.
The women’s voting bloc will be a key factor in determining who wins in 2020 and beyond.
How will Bernie Sanders do?
He’s doing well.
Bernie Sanders is currently the only candidate running on the Democratic ticket who has a margin of victory over Clinton of more than 8 percentage points.
Sanders is not just a progressive, he’s a true progressive, and his supporters will have to decide if he’s worth their vote.
Do I need to see a Democratic candidate?
Yes, you do.
There is no single Democratic candidate with the most progressive record or the most passionate message.
It’s important that we all get to vote in the November election.
Do the candidates support gay marriage?
That’s one of the major issues facing the nation right now.
Both Sanders and Clinton support marriage equality, and there is no indication they will change their positions.
Do they support a minimum wage hike?
Yes and no.
The minimum wage is set to increase from $7.25 an hour to $9 an hour, which will bring in about $1.4 trillion.
It has to be raised to $10 an hour by 2020 to keep up with the cost of living and to help the most vulnerable Americans.
The federal minimum wage has been $7 for nearly four decades, and the federal minimum in states and localities has been set at $7 or less since 2008.
Sanders has called for a $15 minimum wage, and Clinton supports raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.
The president has called on Congress to increase the minimum to $15 an hour as well.
Do candidates support a Medicare-for-all healthcare system?
Yes they do.
The Affordable Care Act provides for Medicare for all, which is a Medicare program for seniors.
Sanders and the Democratic candidates have made it clear they will continue to work to improve the health care system.
We know that the Affordable Care Board, the bipartisan agency that oversees Medicare, is working very hard to improve health care coverage.
We want to get Medicare for All to happen.
Can I see the full transcript of the debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders?
Yes you can, but we don’t want to distract you from the important issues at stake.
The candidates are discussing their positions, and they’ll be discussing them in public.
If you want to watch the full debate, you’ll be able to find it online.