As Americans go to the polls in 2020, many are feeling the crunch of economic fallout due to the COVID crisis. This has uprooted the lives of those living paycheck-to-paycheck and turned “home” into an expense many simply cannot afford.
Mass evictions are a looming possibility and Americans are devoting more and more of their dwindling salaries to monthly housing costs. As these problems persist, housing is a growing concern during this election cycle and an issue that garners bipartisan support.
On the sidelines of the 2020 Democratic Convention, The Hill will host a discussion with policymakers, housing advocates and industry experts to explore what can be done to ensure all Americans have access to a safe and affordable home.