Universal Basic Income

Andrew Yang

Only Andrew Yang is proposing this issue at this time.


Details are found at:   The Freedom Dividend   


Andrew's initial paragraph:

 Andrew would implement a Universal Basic  Income, ‘The Freedom Dividend,’ of $1,000/month, $12,000 a year for  every American adult over the age of 18. This is independent of one’s  work status or any other factor. This would enable all Americans to pay  their bills, educate themselves, start businesses, be more creative,  stay healthy, relocate for work, spend time with their children, take  care of loved ones, and have a real stake in the future.  

Medicare for All

Andrew Yang

Details are found at:  Medicare for All   


Anfrew's initial paragraph:

 Access to quality healthcare is one of  the most important factors in overall well being, and yet America is one  of the few industrialized nations to not provide healthcare for all of  its citizens. Instead, we have a private healthcare system that leaves  millions uninsured and bankrupts even some of those who do have health  insurance. At the same time, our cost of care is higher than in almost  any other industrialized country while providing worse outcomes. The  Affordable Care Act was a step in the right direction, providing funds  to states to innovate while expanding Medicaid substantially. However,  it didn’t address the fundamental issues plaguing our healthcare system: 

Marianne Williamson

Details can be found at:

 issues/healthcare 


Marianne's statement:

  I will robustly support high-quality universal coverage for every American, including a medicare for all model. In addition, my administration would champion the following policy changes to help change our ill-advised trajectory:
(List that follows found on site)