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Books by and about 2020 presidential candidates
Crippled America,
by Donald J. Trump (2015)
by Cory Booker (2016)
The Truths We Hold,
by Kamala Harris (2019)
Smart on Crime,
by Kamala Harris (2010)
Guide to Political Revolution,
by Bernie Sanders (2017)
Where We Go From Here,
by Bernie Sanders (2018)
Promise Me, Dad ,
by Joe Biden (2017)
Conscience of a Conservative,
by Jeff Flake (2017)
Two Paths,
by Gov. John Kasich (2017)
Every Other Monday,
by Rep. John Kasich (2010)
Courage is Contagious,
by John Kasich (1998)
Shortest Way Home,
by Pete Buttigieg (2019)
The Book of Joe ,
by Jeff Wilser (2019; biography of Joe Biden)
by Michelle Obama (2018)
Our Revolution,
by Bernie Sanders (2016)
This Fight Is Our Fight,
by Elizabeth Warren (2017)
Higher Loyalty,
by James Comey (2018)
The Making of Donald Trump,
by David Cay Johnston (2017)
Books by and about the 2016 presidential election
What Happened ,
by Hillary Clinton (2017)
Higher Loyalty ,
by James Comey (2018)
Trump vs. Hillary On The Issues ,
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
Hard Choices,
by Hillary Clinton (2014)
Becoming ,
by Michelle Obama (2018)
Outsider in the White House,
by Bernie Sanders (2015)

Book Reviews

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2014 AARP Senate Voter Guide

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    from 2014 AARP Senate Voter Guide (number of quotes indicated):
  • Charlie Hardy (3) Democratic Senate Challenger Wyoming
  • Dave Domina (2) Democratic Senate Challenger Nebraska
  • David Alameel (2) Democratic Senate Challenger Texas
  • David Perdue (1) Republican challenger Georgia
  • Jeff Sessions (2) Alabama Attorney General
  • Jim Risch (1) Idaho Former Republican Governor (2006-2007); U.S. Senator
  • Michelle Nunn (2) Democratic Challenger Georgia
  • Monica Wehby (1) Republican Challenger Oregon
  • Nels Mitchell (2) Democratic Senate Challenger Idaho
  • Rick Weiland (3) Democratic Challenger South Dakota
  • Robert Sarvis (1) Virginia Libertarian nominee for Governor
  • Shenna Bellows (1) Democratic Challenger
  • Travis Childers (1) Democratic Senate challenger Mississippi
    OR click on an issue category below for a subset.

AARP released the “Your Vote Counts” 2014 Voters’ Guides, featuring information from senatorial and congressional candidates – in AARP's words – "on their plans to strengthen Social Security, Medicare and financial security." AARP’s federal Voters’ Guide poses three questions on Social Security, Medicare, and Financial Security:

  1. How would you protect Social Security for today's seniors and strengthen it for future generations?
  2. How would you put Medicare on stronger financial ground and protect today's seniors and future retirees from rising health costs?
  3. How would you help Americans save so they can secure their future?
Those questions are slightly changed from the 2012 AARP survey, but either set of questions is one of the best sources of candidate information in this election -- and many major party candidates decline to answer the AARP! Senior voters who are AARP members should demand that all candidates respond; and younger voters should read the responses to decide whom to vote for: this is the way election information SHOULD be gathered and distributed!

The AARP maintains a questionnaire website at AARP.org -- OnTheIssues excerpts the Senate Voter Guides for most Senate challengers and some House Representatives-elect. (P.S. And the AARP uses numerous OnTheIssues.org excerpts in their Voter Guide as well!)

 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
    Dave Domina: Stop allowing companies to outsource jobs.
    Jim Risch: Jobs are created by private sector and not by government.
    Monica Wehby: Gov't should encourage growth, not squeeze businesses out.
    Rick Weiland: Stop sweetheart deals for businesses 'too big to fail'.
Free Trade
    Travis Childers: End tax breaks for big corporations that ship jobs overseas.
Health Care
    Charlie Hardy: I am in favor of single-payer health insurance.
    Charlie Hardy: Health care is an inalienable right.
    Rick Weiland: Give Medicare recipients a choice of private insurance.
Homeland Security
    Nels Mitchell: Staunch defender of Mountain Home Air Force Base.
    Jeff Sessions: Unwaveringly defend US workers and taxpayers.
    David Alameel: Raise minimum wage so families can work with dignity.
Social Security
    Dave Domina: It's not an entitlement; and it shouldn't be privatized.
    David Alameel: Vows to NEVER cut or privatize Social Security and Medicare.
    David Perdue: Reduce $86T retirement deal for federal employees.
    Jeff Sessions: Small adjustments now, so everyone has benefits in future.
    Michelle Nunn: Bipartisan entitlement reform to preserve Social Security.
    Nels Mitchell: Fight efforts to cut or privatize entitlements.
    Rick Weiland: Protect and expand instead of cut and destroy.
    Shenna Bellows: Scrap the cap; apply payroll tax over $113,700.
    Michelle Nunn: Reverse the downward trends in basic R&D funding.
Welfare & Poverty
    Charlie Hardy: Minimum wage increase will help lift people out of poverty.
    Robert Sarvis: Foster a competitive market for community-based services.

The above quotations are from 2014 AARP Senate Voter Guide.

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