Regarding the Aug. 12 news article “Me Too movement is overshadowed in 2020 campaign”:
What’s lacking is candidates being asked about this issue, not voters’ interest in it. No Democratic primary debate to date has included a question about sexual harassment. In upcoming debates, moderators must ask candidates what they have done to address sexual harassment and what they’ll do to make sure that work is safe and fair for all workers. Voters deserve to get the information they need on a topic they care about.
Fatima Goss Graves, Washington
The writer is president and chief executive of the National Women's Law Center.