September 17, 2016
This post originally appeared on AIDS United.
Over the next two months, culminating on Election Day, Nov. 8, Americans will have an opportunity to engage in the electoral process and exercise one of their most important rights and responsibilities—voting. Elections have consequences. The 2016 presidential, congressional, and state elections will have crucial consequences that will affect nearly all of our lives, as well as how HIV-related public policies that move us towards ending the HIV epidemic are, or are not, carried out.
It’s not hype, this election really does matter. Being engaged in the voting process also matters. And remember, voting is HIV advocacy.
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