Who is former San Antonio mayor and Obama cabinet member Julian Castro, and what does he stand for? A relative political unknown, Julian Castro has emerged as a contender for the Democratic nomination and to take on Donald Trump in the 2020 general election. Castro served as mayor of San Antonio and then Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under Barack Obama before launching his campaign to become the first Hispanic and Latino American president in US history. Before that, he was praised by and considered for vice president in 2016 by Hillary Clinton. But where does he stand on the issues? Castro has declared support for comprehensive immigration reform including a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, universal health care, universal pre-K education, the Green New Deal, tighter gun control, and LGBTQ rights. Meet the Candidates 2020: Julian Castro: A Voter's Guide tells you just what that means, and if Castro has a chance at the nomination-and Donald Trump. The Meet the Candidates 2020 series is the informed voter's guide to making a decision in the 2020 Democratic primary and presidential election. Each book gives an unbiased, political insider's analysis of each contender, featuring: candidate interviews; an introduction by campaign adviser, Democratic Coalition co-founder, and Dworkin Report host Scott Dworkin; and compilation and writing by Occupy Democrats Editor at Large Grant Stern. In two hours of reading, you'll understand their defining characteristics, credentials, campaign issues, challenges, presidential chances, and everything else you need to know to decide who should challenge Donald Trump. Whether it's for Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Julian Castro, Cory Booker, or another, Meet the Candidates is what you need to make an informed vote for president in 2020.