What do you want to see in our next President?
Tell us the values and leadership you want to see in the next President of the United States.
We’re in a battle for the soul of America. As Vice President Joe Biden said, "We are a nation in pain, but we must not allow this pain to destroy us." Americans are longing for empathetic leadership and a president who listens to and understands their problems.
During this watershed moment for our nation, fighting for our democracy and decency in our leadership has never been more important. Now is the time to lean on the incredible diversity of our party, and find ways to include everyone in the urgent work of building a fairer, more united country for us all. Democrats want to hear from more voices, not less, as we chart that course.
We want to hear from YOU. Tell us what you want to see in the next President of the United States. What are the values you want to see reflected in our president? What type of leadership do you want representing our country?
Share your ideas by recording a short video, and your video might be shown on our website, social media, or even during the convention!
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