Haven't had time to get to know the Democrats who are running for president?

You've come to the right place.

We put together some key information about each of the Democrats who remain in the race -- from their political experience to their stance on issues like immigration, gay marriage and health care.

Scroll down to find out where Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley stand on some big issues.

Hillary Clinton: The front-runner

About Hillary Clinton Age: 67 Education: Clinton graduated

About Hillary Clinton

Age: 67

Education: Clinton graduated from Wellesley and then got her J.D. from Yale Law School.

Political experience: Clinton was first lady of the United States from 1993-2001. She then served as a U.S. senator from New York from 2001-2009 and as secretary of state from 2009-2013.

Did you know: Clinton won a Grammy in 1996 for the audio version of her book, "It Takes a Village."

Here's where Clinton stands on the issues...

Minimum wage: Clinton this summer voiced support for a proposal to raise the federal minimum wage to $12 per hour.

Health care: Clinton wants to build on the Affordable Care Act, lower copays and deductibles, and reduce the cost of prescription medication.

Immigration: Clinton advocates comprehensive immigration reform and a path to legal citizenship for people who are in the country without documentation.

Gay marriage: Clinton's position on gay marriage has evolved over the years. She recently supported the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.

Equal pay for women: Clinton introduced the Paycheck Fairness Act back when she was a senator. She says she will work to pass this legislation, if elected.

Citizens United: Clinton wants a constitutional amendment to overturn the Citizens United decision, which ruled that political spending is protected under the First Amendment.

(Credit: Facebook / Hillary Clinton)

Bernie Sanders: The Independent

About Bernie Sanders Age: 74 Education: Sanders graduated

About Bernie Sanders

Age: 74

Education: Sanders graduated from the University of Chicago.

Political experience: Sanders served as mayor of Burlington, Vermont, from 1981-1989 and as a U.S. congressman from Vermont from 1991-2007. He has been a U.S. senator from Vermont since 2007.

Did you know: Sanders sang on a five-song folk album back in 1987.

Here's where Sanders stands on the issues...

Minimum wage: Sanders introduced legislation this summer that would raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.

Health care: Sanders wants to expand Medicare to cover everyone in the United States in order to create a single-payer health care system.

Immigration: If elected, Sanders says he would sign the DREAM Act and comprehensive immigration reform into law. He says he would also expand the DACA program to include the parents of citizens, legal residents and DREAMers.

Gay marriage: Sanders has long supported gay marriage. He voted against the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996, and he supported a 2009 law to legalize same-sex marriage in Vermont.

Equal pay for women: Sanders has pledged to sign the Paycheck Fairness Act into law to end gender-based wage discrimination, if elected.

Citizens United: Sanders wants Congress to pass a constitutional amendment to overturn the controversial 2010 Supreme Court ruling.

(Credit: Facebook / Bernie Sanders)