"Every four years, as delegates from both major American political parties gather to officially nominate a presidential candidate and running mate, the party platforms are finalized and adopted, and policy positions are set for at least the next four years.
with the coronavirus altering how the conventions conducted their business, the
Republican Party met in Charlotte, North Carolina, streamlining its official
proceedings and relying on its 2016 platform to stake out a consensus of who it
is and what it believes. The Democratic Party, meeting in Milwaukee, chose to
adopt a new party platform. What follows is a comparison—drawn from those
platforms, the Democratic and Republican party websites, and public
statements—on where the two major parties stand on key issues for evangelical
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