See Where Presidential Candidates Stand — Play Debate Bingo with AAUW!
Now that both political parties have held their conventions and have their nominees, it’s time for both candidates to show the American people where they stand on important issues. The presidential nominees will meet for a series of three debates, and their vice presidential running mates will participate in their own debate.
This year, we’re proud to announce a new debate bingo feature: interactive bingo cards! You now have the option of either downloading and printing out your bingo cards (great for a large group!) or playing online with our brand new interactive bingo cards! It’s as easy as click, click, BINGO!
Debates offer an opportunity for voters to see where candidates stand on issues. It’s a chance to see candidates speak off the cuff, without the prepared remarks and teleprompters, and defend their plans for our country. As in past election years, AAUW will be watching to find out candidates’ plans to address policies affecting women and girls like equal pay, campus sexual assault, college affordability, paid leave, STEM representation, and others.
But because you’re doing such important work holding the candidates accountable for their stances on women’s issues — and because it’s always more fun to play with friends — we hope you’ll tweet your progress and a picture of your winning card with hashtag #AAUWDebates. We’ll be watching and even awarding some prizes! Make sure to follow @AAUWActionFund as we live tweet every debate.
By the end of the debates, we’ll not only have some bingo winners but also a better sense of where both candidates stand on issues important to advancing equity for women and girls. Good luck to us all!
Moderator: Lester Holt (@LesterHoltNBC), Anchor, NBC Nightly News
Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
Vice Presidential Debate
Moderator: Elaine Quijano (@Elaine_Quijano), Anchor, CBSN and Correspondent, CBS News
Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Moderators: Martha Raddatz (@MarthaRaddatz), Correspondent and Co-anchor of This Week, ABC and Anderson Cooper, Anchor, CNN
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Moderator: Chris Wallace (@foxnewssunday), Anchor, Fox News Sunday
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada
— CoCo (@CoConMiranda) October 5, 2016
— Melissa Gruver (@mgruver) September 27, 2016