The story: When former President Donald Trump launched his presidential bid, the Republican Party had no national platform.
It was an afterthought, something to use in debates and campaign rallies.
But when Trump won the presidential election, the party’s platform became the centerpiece of the GOP’s 2020 strategy.
As the party continues to fight for a unified, national agenda, Trump is now the presumptive nominee for president.
In the meantime, the Democrats are pushing a number of proposals to help them win in 2020.
In fact, the Democratic Party’s platform is still a work in progress, according to several party officials.
Here are some of the proposals that are currently in play.
Reforming the Electoral College: The 2020 presidential election will mark the first time since 1976 that the country has elected a president in a landslide.
And for a president to win the presidency in 2020, Democrats need to win all 50 states.
To accomplish that, they’ll have to win at least one state in every congressional district.
That’s a tall order, especially in states that Republicans have held for decades.
But there’s no doubt the party is hoping to capitalize on the momentum generated by Trump’s presidential victory and build on it for 2020.
The 2020 platform is set to be a platform of sorts, offering recommendations to address a number, but most importantly, a single issue.
The DNC is hoping its platform can be a rallying point for Democrats to build on Trump’s successes.
The platform also lays out some specific proposals, such as a plan to expand Social Security and Medicare benefits.
The plan also calls for a $15 minimum wage, as well as raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, which would bring the cost of a full-time job up to $18 an hour.
And it includes a $1 trillion infrastructure investment plan.
The party’s hope is that the platform will be a blueprint for a 2020 campaign that could include infrastructure spending and tax reform.
Reducing Gun Violence: The party is also hoping to build off Trump’s victory.
As part of his first-term plan, Trump vowed to implement more gun control measures.
In a November interview with The New York Times, Trump said he wants to “get rid of” the “assault weapons” that are widely used by criminals and the mentally ill.
His plan includes making it easier for law enforcement to confiscate guns and banning gun show sales after 1 p.m. at gun shows.
It also proposes making it a crime to possess firearms at schools and colleges.
While Trump has proposed a range of proposals, the most controversial proposals have centered around gun violence.
While some of those proposals are not specific to the 2020 platform, Democrats are also calling for an end to mandatory minimum sentences for gun crimes and a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.
This plan also aims to build upon the recommendations made in 2016, which included a ban that has resulted in more than 300,000 people in the United States being locked up. 3.
Ending the Gun Trafficking: While there’s been a rise in gun violence in recent years, the number of gun-related deaths has been steadily declining.
The Democratic Party is hoping that the 2020 platforms could help them build on the progress made by Trump.
According to a report from the Pew Research Center, the U.S. gun violence rate has dropped from 26.6 gun homicides per 100,000 to 20.7 in 2016.
But the report also noted that there was a decrease in gun-to-gun gun violence between 2013 and 2016, from 17.4 gun homicides to 13.2.
This was partly due to changes in the way people were killed.
The number of mass shootings in the U, including the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, in June 2016, also contributed to a decline in gun deaths.
The 2016 platform, however, called for the United Nations to create a new mechanism to track gun violence, saying the current system “has not met the basic criteria.”
Creating a Universal Basic Income: The platform would provide a monthly income to every U., D.C., and Puerto Rico resident, as opposed to the current federal poverty level of $23,942.
This would help build momentum for a federal program that would offer a guaranteed monthly income, which is currently being offered to thousands of people across the country.
The program would be funded through the Permanent Fund to be used by the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Norway, the European Union, New Zealand, and other countries.
While the Democratic Platform is focused on building on Trump, the 2020 Platform also calls on the party to “create a universal basic income for all Americans.”
The platform proposes that the UBI be a government program, with a set amount to be distributed to all Americans and a minimum level for those who are deemed to need it. 5.
Ending The Trans-Pacific Partnership: The Democratic Platform calls on Congress to “end the Trans-Atlantic Free Trade