Where Do the Candidates Stand?

What are their positions on issues we know matter for ending hunger and poverty?

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Where Do the Candidates Stand?

To end hunger by 2030, we need to elect members of Congress and a president who will make ending hunger one of their top three priorities. Use the links below to find out where candidates in key races stand on issues vital to people who are hungry and poor. View Bread for the World’s Election Platform.

  • Arizona

    Arizona is 13th hungriest state; 1 in 5 people lives below thepoverty line.

  • Florida

    Florida is the 25th hungriest state; 1 in 6 people lives below the poverty line.

  • Illinois

    Illinois is the 35th hungriest state; 1 in 7 people lives below the poverty line.

  • Indiana

    Indiana is the 15th hungriest state; 1 in 7 people lives below the poverty line.

  • Missouri

    Missouri is the 10th hungriest state; 1 in 7 people lives below the poverty line.

  • New Hampshire

    N.H. is the 38th hungriest state; 1 in 11 people lives below the poverty line.

  • Nevada

    Nevada is the 18th hungriest state; 1 in 7 people lives below the poverty line.

  • North Carolina

    North Carolina is the 6th hungriest state; 1 in 6 people lives below thepoverty line.

  • Ohio

    Ohio is the 5th hungriest state; 1 in 7 people lives below the poverty line.

  • Pennsylvania

    Pa. is the 27th hungriest state; 1 in 8 people lives below the poverty line.

  • Texas' 23rd District

    Texas is the 9th hungriest state; 1 in 9 residents in the 23rd Congressional District lives at risk of hunger.

  • Wisconsin

    Wisconsin is the 34th hungriest state; 1 in 8 people lives below the poverty line.

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