What's most important to you?

Every four years, both parties make their case to the American people during their National Conventions — not just for who we should elect President and Vice President — but for the agenda that will drive the next four years.

Our question, to the leaders of both parties, is — what will you do for children?

With the eyes of the nation on them these next two weeks — we think it’s a great time for them to show us what they plan to do. Will they tell us their plan to cut child poverty? Or keep them healthy and thriving with a plan to cover all kids? How will they demonstrate that all of their proposals are in the best interest of our nation’s children? We’ll be paying attention. Let's ask them how they plan to #Commit2Kids!

Obviously, we believe all of these issues are important, but we’re curious to know — which of these will you be most particularly interested to hear about during this week’s DNC and next week’s RNC?

What issue is more important to you?

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  • Craig Kennedy
    answered 2020-08-17 14:38:10 -0400
    Q: What issue is more important to you?
    A: A commitment to ensure all children have access to high-quality healthcare and early childhood programs
  • Tim Smith
    answered 2020-08-17 13:46:36 -0400
    Q: What issue is more important to you?
    A: A commitment to cut child poverty in half by the end of the decade