When it comes to presidential campaigns, tax rarely dominates the conversation in the Democratic primary debates. While some 2020 candidates have released tax-related proposals, most use tax policy only as a way to pay for other programs.
Regardless, tax remains an important issue heading into 2020. Leading up to November, Brownstein’s National Tax Policy Group is taking deeper dives into each candidate’s tax proposals. Find each analysis below, including for those candidates who have pulled out of the race.
Still in the race:
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