Congratulate Candy Crowley & Join the Debate!

After decades without a female moderator, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced that a woman, Candy Crowley of CNN, would moderate one of the three nationally televised Presidential debates. 

Congratulate Candy Crowley on being the the first woman in 20 years to moderate a televised Presidential debate AND while you're at it, submit a question for consideration by the debate moderators to be included in the Presidential debate!

Here's how:

  • Click "Sign On Here" to congratulate Candy Crawley
  • Submit your debate question by writing it in the "Write In Your Debate Question Here" box 

Need debate question ideas? Here are some sample questions you may want to cut & paste into the debate question form:

  • Right now, the birth of a child is a top cause of a "poverty spell" in America, and 1/4 of families with young children are living in poverty. Do you support a policy to provide paid family and medical leave to parents following birth or adoption of a new child?
  • Nearly 1/2 of all full-time, private sector workers in the U.S. have no paid sick days. Do you support a policy to provide paid sick days for workers to use when they or their children get sick?
  • In most American families, both parents work outside the home--and in some states childcare costs more than college.  Please tell us what your administration would do to help parents secure excellent, affordable childcare?
  • Studies show that moms are paid 73 cents and single moms are paid about 60 cents to the dollar for doing the exact same job as men. Do you support the Paycheck Fairness Act?

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