THE LATINO PRESIDENTIAL QUESTIONNAIRE

The March 2020 California Presidential Primary will be one of the most important primaries in the history of California. With over 7.7 million eligible Latino voters in the state, our votes will decide this election! This is why the Latino Community Foundation is engaging the Democratic candidates to respond to the issues facing our communities. From housing to health care and jobs, where do the candidates stand on the issues that are affecting the lives of Latinos in California?

Michael Bennet

Candidate has yet to provide responses.

Joe Biden

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Michael Bloomberg

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Cory Booker

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Pete Buttigieg

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Julián Castro

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John Delaney

Candidate has yet to provide responses.

Tulsi Gabbard

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Amy Klobuchar

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Deval Patrick

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Bernie Sanders

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Tom Steyer

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Elizabeth Warren

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Marianne Williamson

Candidate has yet to provide responses.

Andrew Yang

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On November 18, 2019, the Latino Community Foundation (LCF) issued a questionnaire to each of the presidential candidates running for the Democratic nomination. All the candidates were invited to provide their responses to these questions by December 15, 2019. This website will be updated if their responses are received.

The Latino Community Foundation does not endorse or oppose any candidate for public office. This document is based on the responses that were provided to LCF by the presidential candidates. It is not intended to interpret, examine, or provide any opinions on any of the responses or the lack thereof.

Any candidate’s fitness for office should be judged on a variety of qualifications that go beyond their responses to the questions in the questionnaire.