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October 23, 2019

The Economy and Finance at the Last Democratic Debate

We believe that all the 2020 candidates owe it to the voters to tell them what their specific, concrete plans are for the economy and the financial system so they can make informed choices and hold those they elect accountable.

That’s why we said, before last week’s latest Democratic Debate, that “It’s Time for Presidential Candidates to Talk About Jobs, the Real Economy and Wall Street,” and they did, finally! While there’s a lot more they have to talk about (and the moderators have to get a lot better at focusing on the issues rather than trying to ignite gratuitous disputes among the candidates), we hope you followed our live tweeting (which you can review here) and visit our Voter Education Guide

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