Here’s What Every Major 2020 US Presidential Candidate Has Said about Bitcoin

The 2020 US presidential election is still nearly two years away, but campaign season is already in full swing. Before long, voters will know which Democrats support the Green New Deal and what mantra will replace Trump rally staple “Lock her up!” (assuming Hillary Clinton doesn’t run again, that is). Less prominent, though, are the candidates’ thoughts on bitcoin, positions which do not always sort out along party lines. Will the 2020 US presidential election bring us the first crypto-investor-in-chief, or will the voters elect someone with no qualms about using the long arm of the executive branch to impose

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Republican Candidate Austin Petersen Accepts the Largest Campaign Contribution Paid in BTC (news.bitcoin.com)

This week the Republican Senate candidate Austin Petersen announced he accepted the largest federal election campaign contribution settled in digital currency. Petersen, a former Libertarian, has received a total of 24 cryptocurrency donations this year, and the largest was for 0.284 BTC ($ 4,500 USD).
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Missouri Senate candidate Petersen accepting Bitcoin donations

WASHINGTON • Missouri Republican Senate candidate Austin Petersen said Thursday he has accepted bitcoin contributions from about a dozen donors to his campaign, and federal records show his is just one of a handful of campaigns that have accepted donations in the virtual currency. Petersen's …
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