The United States finds itself in a historically large debt hole. However, instead of working together to patch it, policymakers in Washington are joining hand-in-hand to dig the hole even deeper.
Fix the Debt has been very active in Iowa and New Hampshire lately as we ramp up our efforts for the 2016 presidential campaign. But those aren’t the only states we are visiting. We were recently in South Carolina as well, where our message was very well received.
What likely will be a long line of formal presidential campaign announcements began Monday with the launch of the candidacy of Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). And Fix the Debt is working hard to ensure that all candidates will seriously talk about the national debt on the campaign trail.
Fix the Debt was busy this week educating different audiences about our fiscal challenges and what we can do about them.
We launched an important new initiative that will compel presidential candidates to discuss the debt and how they will deal with it.