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Issues

    For Greensboro residents seeking information about the 2016 Bond Referendum Information, please visit the informational website here.

    You can access the 2016 Democratic National Committee Platform here.

    You can access the 2016 North Carolina Democratic Party Platform here.

    Here are the highlights of Hillary Clinton’s plan for America. You can read more information by visiting her issues site here.

  • A Fair Tax System–Making sure the wealthy, Wall Street, and corporations pay their fair share in taxes.
  • Addiction and substance use–Through improved treatment, prevention and training we can end this epidemic once and for all.
  • An economy that works for everyone–We need to build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.
  • An end to Alzheimer’s disease–We can prevent, effectively treat, and make an Alzheimer’s cure possible by 2025.
  • Autism–Millions of Americans live with autism–an we’ve got to do more to support them and their families.
  • Campaign finance reform–Our democracy should work for everyone, not just the wealthy and well-connected.
  • Climate change–Taking on the threat of climate change and making America the world’s clean energy superpower.
  • Combating terrorism and keeping the homeland safe–It’s not enough to contain ISIS and the threat of terrorism–we have to defeat it.
  • Criminal justice reform–Our criminal justice system is out of balance.
  • Disability rights–We must continue to expand opportunities for Americans with disabilities.
  • Early childhood education–Every child deserves the chance to live up to his or her God-given potential.
  • Fixing America’s infrastructure–Strong infrastructure is critical to a strong economy.
  • Gun violence prevention–We can and must end the epidemic of gun violence.
  • Health care–Universal, quality, affordable health care for everyone in America.
  • HIV and AIDS–We have reached a critical moment in our fight against HIV and AIDS.
  • Housing–We need housing policies that connect working families to opportunity.
  • Immigration reform–We need comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to full and equal citizenship.
  • Jobs and wages–We can make the boldest investment in good-paying jobs since World War II.
  • K-12 education–strong public education is the key to preparing our children for the future.
  • Labor and workers’ rights–When unions are strong, America is strong.
  • LGBT rights and quality–Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans deserve to live their lives free from discrimination.
  • Making college debt-free and taking on student student debt–Hillary will make debt-free college available to everyone and take on student loan debt.
  • Manufacturing–Hillary Clinton’s plan to strengthen manufacturing so we always “Make it in America.”
  • Mental Health–We have to address the mental health crisis in America and end the stigma and shame associated with treatment.
  • Military and defense–We should maintain the best-trained, best-equipped, and strongest military the world has ever known.
  • National security–With policies that keep us strong and safe, America will lead the world in the 21st century.
  • National service–Do all the good you can.
  • Paid family and medical leave–It’s time to guarantee paid family and medical leave in America.
  • Poverty–No child should ever have to grow up in poverty.
  • Protecting animals and wildlife–The way our society treats animals is a reflection of our humanity.
  • Racial justice–America’s long struggle with race is far from finished.
  • Rural communities–American’s rural communities are the backbone of this country.
  • Small business–We have to level the playing field for America’s small businesses.
  • Social Security and Medicare–We must preserve, protect, and strengthen these lifelines.
  • Technology and innovation–We can harness the power of technology and innovation to work for all Americans.
  • Veteran, the armed forces, and their families–America must fully commit to supporting veterans.
  • Voting rights–We should be making it easier to vote, not harder.
  • Wall Street reform–Wall Street must work for Main Street.
  • Women’s rights and opportunity–We need to break down barriers that hold women back.
  • Workforce skills and job training–Every American should be able to learn the skills they need to compete and succeed.

Headquarters Contact Information

Greensboro

2300 West Meadowview Road, Suite 110 (Wrightsville Building)
Greensboro, NC 27407
phone: (336) 292-2997
fax: (336) 292-4833
email: info@guilforddems.org

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