Motherly is committed to covering all relevant presidential candidate plans as we approach the 2020 election. We are making efforts to get information from all candidates. Motherly does not endorse any political party or candidate. We stand with and for mothers and advocate for solutions that will reduce maternal stress and benefit women, families and the country.
- Where the Democratic candidates stand on paid leave, childcare costs + health care
- Paid parental leave was finally discussed in last night's presidential debate
- Will paid parental leave get some air time during the third Democratic debate?
- Senator Kamala Harris wants a longer school day to help working parents
- Would it ever be possible to have universal childcare in the United States?
- Kirsten Gillibrand just dropped out of Democratic presidential race
- Pete Buttigieg has a plan to support America's stressed-out mothers
- Pete Buttigieg's mental health plan comes as mothers are dying by overdose + suicide
- Kirsten Gillibrand's 'Family Bill of Rights' proves how little support American families have
- Kamala Harris just reintroduced a bill to address racial disparities in maternal health 👏
- Elizabeth Warren has a plan for the staggering black maternal mortality rates
- Beto O'Rourke says he 'helps' raise his kids, but dads are not just helpers
- The 2020 presidential race includes mothers—and they want you to know it