The General Election to elect the President of the United States comes once every four years. Some of the most memorable moments in the history of the presidential politics is drawn out during presidential debates. During the first televised debate in 1960, John F. Kennedy looked much more composed and polished compared to his counterpart California Governor Richard Nixon. Nixon was sweating and looked mostly uncomfortable during much of the debate appearance, leaving many viewers with a viewpoint that he wasn't ready to be the leader of the free world.
This year, the debate stage is going to be a critical point for both former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee and businessman Donald Trump. While both candidates are expected to exchange many verbal jabs, we are less certain how much actual real policy issues will be discussed.
This year there are very critical economic policy issues that need to be addressed. The most pressing economic issue for millions of Americans is student debt. This issue needs to be front and center during the Presidential Election. What better way to put it front and center than to require that both Presidential candidates explain their policy positions on student debt.
Sign this petition to Ask a Question about Student Debt during the October 9th Presidential Debate. This issue is too big. And we need the candidates to tell us how they will help solve it.
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