Learn more about Hillary’s vision for America, and key policies she will fight for as president.
As Hillary campaigns across the country, she'll be talking about more issues—stay tuned.
We can prevent, effectively treat, and make an Alzheimer’s cure possible by 2025.
Campaign finance reform
Our democracy should work for everyone, not just the wealthy and well-connected.
Campus sexual assault
It’s not enough to condemn campus sexual assault. We need to stop campus sexual assault.
Climate change and energy
Making America the clean energy superpower of the 21st century.
The New College Compact: Costs won’t be a barrier, debt won’t hold you back.
Criminal justice reform
Our criminal justice system is out of balance.
We must continue to expand opportunities for all Americans.
Early childhood education
Every child deserves the chance to live up to his or her God-given potential.
The defining economic challenge of our time is raising incomes for hard-working Americans.
Gun violence prevention
It is past time we act on gun violence.
Affordable health care is a basic human right.
America needs comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship.
Strong infrastructure is critical to a strong economy.
A world-class education for every child in every community.
When unions are strong, America is strong.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans deserve to live their lives free from discrimination.
With policies that keep us strong and safe, America can lead the world in the 21st century.
It’s time to guarantee paid family and medical leave in America.
America’s rural communities are at the heart of what makes this country great.
Hillary Clinton will be a small business president.
Social Security and Medicare
We must preserve, protect, and strengthen these lifelines.
Substance use disorder and addiction
Through improved treatment, prevention, and training, we can end this quiet epidemic once and for all.
Veterans, the armed forces, and their families
America must fully commit to supporting veterans.
We should be making it easier to vote, not harder.
Wall Street and corporate America
Wall Street must work for Main Street.
Women’s rights and opportunity
Women’s issues are family issues, economic issues, and crucial to our future competitiveness.
Workforce and skills
Every American should be able to learn new skills in order to advance in their careers.