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Bofferbrauer2 said:
Just wanted to add the wikipedia page with the official positions of each candidate in the race (plus Biden), which is pretty interesting to see where each one stands for.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_positions_of_the_2020_Democratic_Party_presidential_primary_candidates

Oh, thanks for this site. Although the coloring shows a political bias. Green and red is usually taken for right/wrong, good/bad or so, but here it stands for specific positions. For instance intervention in syria has green for yes, many would say no intervention is the better path. A more neutral coloring (blue and orange for instance) would've been better in my opinion.

Anyways, it is helpful to have an overview of candidates positions as presented there. This is nice.

EDIT: Mayor Pete is for student debt relief but at the same time against tuition free college? That makes no sense. Would like to hear the rationale behind it.

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