Make the AIDS Vote Count: Ask Your Candidates' Stance on Women and HIV Issues!
October 27, 2010
This article was provided by the U.S. Positive Women's Network.
The November 2nd elections are fast approaching. Do you know where your candidate stands on issues important to women living with and vulnerable to HIV? Ask them! Make a call, write a letter, and express your concerns and needs to your candidates.
Candidate Questions on Issues Important to Women Living With HIV
For these questions and information on how to ask your candidates, download the PWN Candidate Questions on Women and HIV handout.
Also, download the PWN's non-partisan voter registration and get-out-the-vote toolkit for individuals and organizations.
PWN Blog Tips and Worksheet: want to let folks know where your candidates stand? Use the PWN's Blog Tips to write about it.
CDC HIV Surveillance in Women Slides: you can use CDC data on how the HIV epidemic is affecting women to support your talking points when asking your candidates questions and while blogging!
CDC HIV Surveillance by Race/Ethnicity Slides: you can use CDC data on how the HIV epidemic is affecting communities to support your talking points when asking your candidates questions.
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