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2020 Election: Tax Plans for All 20 Democratic Presidential Candidates
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2020 Election: Tax Plans for All 19 Democratic Presidential Candidates
Who will face President Trump in the 2020 election? Right now, 19 Democrats are in the race, but we've already seen a few candidates drop out. As the battle continues, more candidates will give up or fade away. However, before that happens, let's take a look at what all 19 of the current Democratic candidates have to say about an important campaign issue: taxes.The Democratic party is moving to the left, and party voters want to know how each candidate will address income inequality as president. That means pushing progressive ideas on job creation, health care, higher education and other economic issues. Tax policy has to be part of the equation, too. Any broad new social programs will have to be paid for somehow, and that usually means tinkering with the tax code. Some candidates have big, bold tax plans, while others have ideas that are more modest and piecemeal. The voters will ultimately decide which path is best. It'll be months before the first Democratic primary ballot is cast, but it's not too early to start thinking about who will get your vote. When it comes to taxes, here's what all 19 Democratic primary challengers (in alphabetical order) are proposing. Start brushing up now, so you'll know who to vote for when the time comes. SEE ALSO: 20 Most-Overlooked Tax Breaks and Deductions
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2020 Election: Tax Plans for All 20 Democratic Presidential Candidates
Who will face President Trump in the 2020 election? Right now, 20 Democrats are in the race, but we've already seen a few candidates drop out. As the battle continues, more candidates will give up or fade away. However, before that happens, let's take a look at what all 20 of the current Democratic candidates have to say about an important campaign issue: taxes.The Democratic party is moving to the left, and party voters want to know how each candidate will address income inequality as president. That means pushing progressive ideas on job creation, health care, higher education and other economic issues. Tax policy has to be part of the equation, too. Any broad new social programs will have to be paid for somehow, and that usually means tinkering with the tax code. Some candidates have big, bold tax plans, while others have ideas that are more modest and piecemeal. The voters will ultimately decide which path is best. It'll be months before the first Democratic primary ballot is cast, but it's not too early to start thinking about who will get your vote. When it comes to taxes, here's what all 20 Democratic primary challengers (in alphabetical order) are proposing. Start brushing up now, so you'll know who to vote for when the time comes. SEE ALSO: 20 Most-Overlooked Tax Breaks and Deductions
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