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Presidential Voter Guide

Our non-partisan guide to the 2024 candidates

Our Approach

  • Candidate Qualifications
    Only the candidates that meet the following criteria were invited to respond to the League's questions in this guide: 1. The candidate must have made a public announcement of her/his intention to run for her/his Party's nomination for President; and, 2. The candidate must meet the Presidential Election Campaign Fund Act's minimum contribution threshold requirements for qualifying for matching funds, based on the most recent data publicly available on the Federal Election Commission Website.
  • Unbiased Interviews
    We asked all the candidates the same set of questions. The questions were created after going through national polling information over the past year. The questions were designed to ask the candidates questions on the issues voters care most about, today. Candidates submit their answers directly and we present their responses here, word for word. If the candidates have not answered our questions, see how you can help!
  • Presidential Office Duties
    The President is: the head of state of the United States of America; the Chief Executive Officer; and the Commander in Chief of all military forces. The powers of the President are prescribed in the Constitution and federal law. The President appoints the members of the Cabinet, ambassadors to other nations and the United Nations, Supreme Court Justices, and federal judges, subject to Senate approval. The President, along with the Cabinet and its agencies, is responsible for carrying out and enforcing the laws of the United States. The President may also recommend legislation to the United States Congress. Term: Four years. Limit of two terms. Base Salary: $400,000 per year.

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