November 20, 2019

Tracking the 2020 Presidential Tax Plans

Tax policy has become one of the major issues of the 2020 presidential campaign. We’ve created this tool to keep track of every tax plan proposed by the presidential candidates during their campaigns. We will continue to update the tracker as candidates issue more detailed tax plans over the coming months.

 

Recent Updates

  • 12/3/2019: Kamala Harris has dropped out.
  • 12/2/2019: Steve Bullock and Joe Sestak have dropped out.

Note: Candidates are included in the tax tracker based on whether they are running (or were running) for president according to The New York Times’Who’s Running for President in 2020?” tool. We include all major tax plans announced by candidates, whether mentioned in a debate, an interview, a policy paper, or anywhere else. Updates will be listed below as they are made.

Explore consolidated Tax Foundation research & analysis of 2020 tax plans below:

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