#WhenBlackWomenVote: Where Do Trump And Biden Stand On Issues Important To Black Women Voters?

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Trump-Pence:  Trump does not have a specific plan that implements a proposal on childcare in the U.S. However the The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, signed into law in 2017, doubled the child tax credit. Most of the focus has centered around establishing more faith based development programs for young children.

Grade: F

With no sure plan, we can’t do anything but give him a failing grade.

Biden-Harris: Biden’s plan includes spending $325 in child care to establish a federal-state partnership to provide universal prekindergarten for all 3- and 4-year-olds. His plan would also provide tax credits worth up to $8,000 per child for low- and middle-income families, including salary raises for child care workers and incentivize businesses to build in-house child care centers.

Grade: C

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