As the presidential debates begin to kick off, undecided voters are taking a look at the candidates running for President of the United States. With a global pandemic and the rising protests and riots, voters are looking to find a president that can find a solution to these problems and lead them out of these troubled times into a time of peace and prosperity. Voters have four choices to choose from and a big decision to make on election day Nov. 3rd.
Republican Candidate Donald Trump
The republican party selected current president Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence. Though recent controversies such as audio leaks of telephone conversations and tax reports leaking through the media, President Trump is looking for a repeat as he gears up for the upcoming debates. Trump believes he’s the only candidate right for the United States and he’s done a lot of great work for the American people. Trump is standing on the policies of defending the police, ending reliance on China, and creating jobs for the American people. He’s also taking the stance of defending the second amendment and the US citizens rights to bear arms. He believes that he is the safest choice, however other candidates believe otherwise.
Democratic Candidate Joe Biden
Vying for presidency, democratic candidate and former vice president Joe Biden and his chosen vice president Kamala Harris are moving to upset Trump in the upcoming presidential race. Biden and Harris have started their administration on the thoughts of providing what he believes is more adequate leadership during the times of covid, ending gun violence in America, and reforming the systems on climate change and the police force. Biden believes that under the Trump administration America has become divided and needs to come together in order to battle the problems of systemic racism and ending the increase of violence. Biden intends on becoming president and bringing America back together; however, both the republican and democratic candidates have to worry about their other opponents as well.
Libertarean and Green Parties Candidates
Other than the main two presidential candidates we also have the Libertarian Candidate Jo Jorgensen with her running mate Spike Cohen and the Green party candidate Howie Hawkins and his running mate Angela Walker. Jo Jorgensen believes that the Republicans and Democrats have done nothing but leave us with debt, involvement in foreign wars, and a broken retirement system. Jorgenson wants to reduce the cost of healthcare by 75% by allowing real price competition. The Jorgenson administration also wants to remove government barriers to replace coal and oil power plants and make the US into a giant Switzerland that is armed and neutral.
Hawkins and his administration wants to create the Green New Deal, which they believe will bring 100% clean energy by 2030. They also believe in legalizing marijuana and end the war on drugs. Hawkins also wants to create a sustainable agriculture system where each region could be self-reliant with the use of farm belts.
As the climax of the presidential election draws near and undecided voters paying attention to the presidential debates, candidates are working diligently to gain voters. Undecided voters can find out more information about each candidate and their views and ideas on their respective websites for their candidacy.