Voters are consistently exposed to partisan attacks without responses from the other side. Even two opposing arguments often leave unanswered questions.
The Print Debate process encourages a step-by-step exposition of candidates' opposing platforms that creates a comparative reference of the candidates and platforms. Our mission is to serve as the centralized non-partisan home of political dialogue on the internet! The American democracy and its voters deserve clear and concise dialogue from all candidates for office.
Print Debates unfold online and can be printed as handouts and in newspapers. Welcome to a technologically advanced form of political dialogue. MORE >
News & Updates
Non-profit Status & Fundraising
The Print Debate Center is actively pursuing a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) designation from the IRS. Official formation as a traditional non-profit will allow our organization to fundraise for future election cycles and continue to provide free Print Debates to all qualifying candidates. Learn more about our plans HERE >
2004 Federal Election
The Print Debate Center actively promoted its level playing field in the 2004 federal election. The effort achieved tremendous first cycle success, as eleven candidates for Senate and Congress issued Print Debate challenges to their opponent. Details on the 2004 activity can be found HERE >