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2020 Democratic Party presidential forums

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2020 Democratic Party presidential forums have taken place among candidates in the campaign for the Democratic Party's nomination for the president of the United States in the 2020 presidential election. Outside of DNC-sponsored debates, candidates are only allowed to attend events in which only one candidate speaks at a time.

Forums

In addition to the party-sponsored debates, many private organizations host forums focusing on select issues and candidates. Candidates do not respond directly to each other at forums.

  Past forums
# Name Issues Date Place Sponsors Ref
1 Heartland Forum Economic issues affecting rural Americans March 30, 2019 Buena Vista University
Storm Lake, IA
Open Markets Institute Action, HuffPost, Storm Lake Times, Iowa Farmers Union [1][2]
2 We the People Membership Summit Various issues April 1, 2019 Warner Theatre
Washington, DC
CPD Action, CWA, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, SEIU, SEIU 32BJ, Sierra Club [3][4]
3 She the People Presidential Forum Issues affecting women of color April 24, 2019 Texas Southern University
Houston, TX
She the People [5][6]
4 National Forum on Wages and Working People Economic issues affecting low-income Americans April 27, 2019 Las Vegas, NV SEIU, CAP Action Fund [7][8]
5 Unity and Freedom Forum Immigration reform and issues affecting Hispanic and Latino Americans May 31, 2019 Pasadena, CA FIRM Action, Community Change Action, CHIRLA Action Fund [9][10]
6 Big Ideas Forum Ideas that can inspire voters and transform the country June 1, 2019 Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA
MoveOn [11][12]
7 California Democratic Party State Convention Various issues May 31-June 2, 2019 San Francisco, CA California Democratic Party [13][14]
8 Iowa Democratic Party "Hall of Fame" Dinner Various issues June 9, 2019 Cedar Rapids, IA Iowa Democratic Party [15]
9 Presidential Candidates Forum Economic opportunity for Black Americans June 15, 2019[note 1] Charleston Music Hall
Charleston, SC
Black Economic Alliance [16][17]
10 Poor People's Campaign Presidential Forum Issues affecting low-income Americans June 17, 2019 Trinity Washington University
Washington, DC
Poor People's Campaign [18][19]
11 NALEO Presidential Candidate Forum Issues affecting Hispanic and Latino Americans June 21, 2019 Telemundo Center
Miami, FL
NALEO [20][21]
12 South Carolina Democratic Party Convention Various issues June 22, 2019 Columbia, SC South Carolina Democratic Party [22][23]
13 We Decide Reproductive health care and reproductive rights June 22, 2019 University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC
Planned Parenthood Action Fund [24][25]
14 Strong Public Schools Presidential Forum Issues affecting education and public schools July 5, 2019 GRB Convention Center
Houston, TX
National Education Association [26][27]
15 LULAC Presidential Candidates Forum Issues affecting Hispanic and Latino Americans July 11, 2019 Wisconsin Center
Milwaukee, WI
LULAC, Univision [28][29]
16 Netroots Nation Progressive issues and political organizing July 11–13, 2019 Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA
Netroots Foundation [30][31]
17 Iowa Presidential Candidate Forums Issues affecting older voters in Iowa July 15–20, 2019 Des Moines, Davenport, Cedar Rapids, Sioux City, and Council Bluffs, IA AARP, The Des Moines Register [32]
18 2020 Presidential Candidates Forum Various issues July 24, 2019 Detroit, MI NAACP [33]
19 Public Service Forum Public service, trade unions, labor rights, and economy Aug. 3, 2019 UNLV
Paradise, NV
AFSCME, HuffPost, The Nevada Independent [34]
20 Gun Sense Forum Gun violence Aug. 10, 2019 Des Moines, IA Everytown for Gun Safety [35]
21 Des Moines Register Political Soapbox 20-minute speeches on their political platforms Aug. 8–17, 2019 Iowa State Fair
Des Moines, IA
The Des Moines Register [36]
22 Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum Issues affecting Native Americans Aug. 19–20, 2019 Orpheum Theatre
Sioux City, IA
Four Directions, Native Organizers Alliance, and others [37]
23 ISNA Presidential Forum Issues affecting Muslim Americans Aug. 31, 2019 Houston, TX Islamic Society of North America [38][39]
24 Climate Crisis Townhall Global warming Sept. 4, 2019 New York, NY CNN [40]
25 New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention Various issues Sept. 7, 2019 SNHU
Manchester, NH
New Hampshire Democratic Party [41]
26 Asian American Pacific Islanders Democratic Presidential Forum Issues affecting Asian Pacific Americans Sept. 8, 2019 Segerstrom Center
Costa Mesa, CA
AAPI Victory Fund, Asian Americans Rising [42][43]
27 Workers’ Presidential Summit Issues affecting labor unions and union workers Sept. 17, 2019 Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Council AFL–CIO [44]
28 Climate Forum Climate change Sept. 19–20, 2019 Georgetown University
Washington, DC
MSNBC, Georgetown University, Our Daily Planet [45]
29 LGBTQ Forum LGBTQ rights Sept. 20, 2019 Coe College
Cedar Rapids, IA
One Iowa, The Advocate, GLAAD [46]
30 People's Presidential Forum Iowa Healthcare, green energy, education Sept. 21, 2019 Des Moines, IA ICCI Action Fund, People's Action [47]
31 Youth Forum Students and youth issues Sept. 22, 2019 Des Moines, IA Des Moines Public Schools, Des Moines Register [48]
32 Gun Safety Forum Gun violence Oct. 2, 2019 Las Vegas, NV Giffords, March For Our Lives [49]
33 LGBTQ Town Hall LGBTQ rights Oct. 10, 2019 Los Angeles, CA Human Rights Campaign, UCLA, CNN [50][51]
34 People's Presidential Forum Nevada Criminal justice reform, climate change, immigration, tribal sovereignty Oct. 26, 2019 Las Vegas, NV PLA of Nevada Action, People's Action [47]
35 Collegiate Bipartisan Presidential Forum Students' interests, criminal justice reform, racial justice[52] Oct. 26–27, 2019 Benedict College
Columbia, SC
Mayor Steve Benjamin, Benedict College [53]
36 Justice Votes 2020 Criminal justice reform Oct. 28, 2019 Eastern State Penitentiary
Philadelphia, PA
The Marshall Project, Voter Education Project [54]
37 Liberty and Justice Celebration 12-minute platform speeches Nov. 1, 2019 Des Moines, IA Iowa Democratic Party [55][56]
38 Problem Solver Convention Various issues Nov. 3, 2019 Manchester, NH No Labels [57][58]
39 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice Environmental Justice Nov. 8, 2019 SC State University
Orangeburg, SC
National Black Caucus of State Legislators [59][60]
40 California Democratic Party Fall Endorsing Convention Forum Latino issues[61] Nov. 16, 2019 Long Beach Arena
Long Beach, CA
California Democratic Party, Univision [62][63]
41 "First in The West" Various issues Nov. 17, 2019 Las Vegas, NV Nevada Democratic Party [64]
42 Teamsters Union Forum Workers' rights Dec. 7, 2019 Cedar Rapids, IA IBT, Storm Lake Times, The Guardian [65]
43 Public Education Forum 2020 Education Dec. 14, 2019 Pittsburgh, PA AFT, NEA, Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools [66]
44 Unite for Mental Health: New Hampshire Town Hall Mental health Dec. 16, 2019 Saint Anselm College
Manchester, NH
Mental Health for US, National Council for Behavioral Health, NH Community Behavioral Health Association [67]
45 Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum African-American and Latino issues Jan. 20, 2020 Des Moines, Iowa VICE News [68]
46 CNN New Hampshire Town Hall Various issues Feb. 5–6, 2020 Saint Anselm College
Manchester, NH
CNN [69]
47 Moving America Forward Infrastructure Forum Infrastructure policy Feb. 16, 2020 UNLV
Las Vegas, NV
IUOE, TWUA, APTA, ARTBA, AEM, ASCE, and others [70][71]
48 CNN Nevada Town Hall Various issues Feb. 18 & 20, 2020 Las Vegas, NV CNN [72]
49 CNN South Carolina Town Hall Various issues Feb. 24 & 26, 2020 Charleston, South Carolina CNN [73]
50 AIPAC Policy Conference US-Israel relations Mar. 2 & 3, 2020 Washington, D.C. AIPAC, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations [74]

Forum participation

Ojeda withdrew before the beginning of the forums.

Candidate

 P  Present  I  Invited  N  Not invited  A  Absent  Out  Not yet entered race  W  Withdrawn

1
[2]
2
[4]
3
[6]
4
[8]
5
[10]
6
[12]
7
[13]
8
[15]
9
[16]
10
[19]
11
[20]
12
[22]
13
[25]
14
[27]
15
[28]
16
[30]
17
[32]
18
[33]
19
[34]
20
[35]
Michael Bennet Out A A A P A P A P P A A A P A P P
Joe Biden Out A A A A A A P A P P P A A P P P P
Cory Booker A P P A A P P P P A A P P A A A P P P P
Steve Bullock Out A A A P A A A A A A A A P A P P
Pete Buttigieg Out A A A A P A P A P P P A A A P P P P
Julian Castro P P P P P P P A A A P P P P P P P P P P
Bill de Blasio Out A A A P A A A P P P A A A A P P
John Delaney P A A A A A P P A A A P P A A A P A P P
Tulsi Gabbard A A P A A A P P A A A P A A A A P A P P
Kirsten Gillibrand A P A A A P P P A A A P P A A P P A A P
Kamala Harris A A P P P P P P A P A P P P A A P P P P
John Hickenlooper A A A P A A P P A A P P P A A A P A N P
Jay Inslee A P A A P A P P A A A P P P A P N A P P
Amy Klobuchar P P P P A P P P A A P P P P A A P P P P
Wayne Messam A A A A A A A A A P A A A A A A N A N N
Seth Moulton Out A A A A A A A A A P P A A A N A P P
Beto O'Rourke A P P P A P P P P A P P P P P A P P P P
Tim Ryan P[note 2] Out A A A A A P A A A P P P A A A A P P
Bernie Sanders A P P A P P P P A P P P P P P A P P P P
Joe Sestak Out A A A N A N P
Tom Steyer Out A A N A P P
Elizabeth Warren P P P P A P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P
Marianne Williamson A A A A A A A P A P A P P A A A P A P N
Andrew Yang A A A A A A A P A P A P P A A A P A N P
Mike Gravel Out A A A A A A A A A A A A A A N A A W
Eric Swalwell Out A A A A P P A P P P P A W


Candidate

 P  Present  I  Invited  N  Not invited  A  Absent  Out  Not yet entered race  W  Withdrawn

21
[36]
22
[37]
23
[38]
24
[40]
25
[41]
26
[43]
27
[44]
28
[45]
29
[46]
30
[47]
31
[48]
32
[49]
33
[51]
34
[47]
35
[53]
36
[54]
37
[55]
38
[57]
39
[60]
40
[62]
Michael Bennet P A A N P A A P A N P N N A A A P A A N
Joe Biden P A A P P A P A P N A P P A P A P A A A
Cory Booker P A A P P A A P P N A P P A P P P A P P
Steve Bullock P P A N P A A P A N A N N A A A P A A A[75]
Pete Buttigieg P A A P P A A P P P A P P A P A P A A P
Julian Castro P P P P P A A P P P A P P P P A P A A P
John Delaney P P A N P A A P A N A N N A P A P P P N
Tulsi Gabbard P A A N P P A A P N P N A A P A N P A A[75]
Kamala Harris P P A P P A A A P A A P P A P P P A A P
Amy Klobuchar P P A P P A P A P N A P P A P A P A A P
Wayne Messam A A A N A A A A A N A N N A A A N A A N
Deval Patrick Out N
Bernie Sanders P P P P P A P P A P P A A P P A P A A P
Joe Sestak P P A N P A A A P N P N N A A A N A P N
Tom Steyer P A A N P P P P A N P N P A A P P A P P
Elizabeth Warren P P A P P A A A P P A P P A P A P A P A
Marianne Williamson P P A N P A A P P N A N N A A A N P P N
Andrew Yang P A A P P P P P A N P P A P A A P A A P
Beto O'Rourke A A A P P A A A A N A P P A A A W
Tim Ryan P A A N P A A P A N A N N W
Bill de Blasio P P A N P A P A W
Kirsten Gillibrand P A W
Seth Moulton P A W
Jay Inslee P A W
John Hickenlooper P W

Messam withdrew from the race between the 40th and 41st forum.

Candidate

 P  Present  I  Invited  N  Not invited  A  Absent  Out  Not yet entered race  W  Withdrawn

41
[64]
42
[65]
43
[66][76][77]
44
[67]
45
[68]
46
[69]
47
[70][71]
48
[72]
49
[73]
50
[73]
Joe Biden P P P A P P P P P P
Tulsi Gabbard A A A P A N A N N N
Bernie Sanders P P P A P P A P P A
Elizabeth Warren P A P A P P A P P A
Michael Bloomberg Out A N A N N A A P P
Amy Klobuchar P P P A P P P P P P
Pete Buttigieg P P P A P P P P P P
Tom Steyer P P P A A P P N P W
Deval Patrick P A A P A P W
Andrew Yang P A A A P P W
Michael Bennet P A P A P N W
John Delaney P A N A P W
Cory Booker P P A A W
Marianne Williamson A A N A W
Julian Castro P A A A W
Kamala Harris A W
Steve Bullock A W
Joe Sestak P W

Other participants

In a few of the forums, Republicans Bill Weld and Joe Walsh also participated.[78] St. Anselm's quadrennial "Lesser-Known Candidates Forum took place on January 28th.[79]

Incidents

Big Ideas Forum stage invasion

On June 1 during the Big Ideas Forum, a 24-year-old animal rights activist named Aidan Cook stole Sen. Kamala Harris's microphone while she answered a question about equal pay.[80] Security officials and Harris's husband removed Cook from the stage. After the incident, Sen. Cory Booker told CNN he watched the video and was upset with the interference saying, "He crossed a line, this election's going to go on and I'm really hoping that we see Secret Service and others begin to step in because that really could have been a horrifying moment. Kamala's like a sister to me, I love her and that makes me very upset."[citation needed]

2019 Second Step Presidential Justice Forum award

Sponsored by the 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center, an alliance of Democrat and Republican African Americans seeking criminal justice reform, this presidential candidate forum was scheduled for October 25–27[81] at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina. On its first day, President Trump was presented the Bipartisan Justice award for his part in passing the First Step Act,[82] following which Kamala Harris announced she was pulling out of the forum,[83] which in turn prompted criticism from Trump.[84] Mayor Steve Benjamin of Columbia (a co-sponsor of the forum) later announced that he had organized an alternative event called the Collegiate Bipartisan Presidential Forum, scheduled October 26–27, 2019, which Harris announced she would attend.[citation needed]

Notes

  1. ^ Air date: 10:00 A.M. ET/9:00 A.M. CT June 16, 2019 on BET.[16]
  2. ^ Although Ryan was not a formal candidate at the time, he participated in the Heartland forum.

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