Ensuring that the US plays a critical role in tackling global issues.

A presidential candidate interview series dedicated to making international issues part of the conversation surrounding the 2020 Election.

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About Us

From income inequality, to climate change, refugees to war and peace, providing health care to preventing corruption, how the US President engages in global issues impacts Americans and people across the world.

In preparation for the 2020 election, more than two dozen organizations have launched a first-of-its-kind interview series with presidential candidates to discuss their plans for how the United States participates in our global community.

We are a coalition concerned about global poverty, human rights, gender equality, women’s empowerment, health and health care access, conflict prevention and peacebuilding, national security, migration, climate change, and veterans’ issues. Together we have more than 40 million supporters. In partnership with NowThis, we are asking candidates how they would engage on the world stage as the next President of the United States.

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Coming 02/11/2020

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Michael Bloomberg


Pete Buttigieg


Tulsi Gabbard


Amy Klobuchar


Donald Trump


Bernie Sanders


Elizabeth Warren


Bill Weld


Julián Castro

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Issues raised during interviews with Presidential candidates may be outside the scope and mission of the participating organizations. Moderator questions and candidate answers should not be deemed an endorsement by any of the participating organizations.

All candidates of both major parties have been offered the opportunity to take part in this interview series. The coalition invited Republican and Democratic presidential candidates to be interviewed if they had surpassed an independent viability threshold of 1% in the Real Clear Politics polling average as of January 6, 2020. As candidates participate, their interview will be posted and available at all times with all other participating candidates, even after they withdraw from the race.