There's a lot at stake in the upcoming election for people living with HIV. Getting out the vote and getting informed about the issues has never been more important. Here's a compilation of HIV-centric election webinars, articles and online resources to help you get up to date.
Updated: Tuesday 8 November
League of Women Voters: Vote411, Election Information You Need
Ballotpedia: What's on Your Ballot?
Facebook: Get Ready for Election Day
AIDS Project Los Angeles 2016 Election Voter Guide
Election 2016: San Francisco AIDS Foundation Voter Guide
ACLU: Voter Intimidation: Know Your Rights (Video)
2016 Election Center has candidate positions, party platforms and election resources for people living with HIV.
Issues that Matter: Comparing the Candidates and Parties
The Positive Women’s Network #PWNVotes Election Toolkit includes a four-step plan for preparing for the upcoming election.
National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS
The organization responds to Hillary Clinton’s HIV/AIDS policy plan and other election-related news.
Links to resources, news and perspectives on HIV/AIDS and the 2016 election.
Counter Narrative Project
September 26 webinar discussing strategies and techniques for mobilizing voters. Listen online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-CvyJ8vhBQ
Positive Women’s Network
September 13 webinar on Winning on HIV in Election 2016 talking about what’s at stake for people living with HIV. Listen online: https://pwnusa.wordpress.com/get-involved/pwn-usa-webinars/
Treatment Action Group
January 25 webinar on HIV Prevention Advocacy in the 2016 Election Year: Priorities and Challenges: http://www.treatmentactiongroup.org/hiv/webinar-hiv-prevention-advocacy-2016-election-year-priorities-and-challenges
Race for the White House: HIV is Invisible but Election Outcome will be Real
Why More is at Stake in this Election Than You Think
As Gay Black Men Face HIV Crisis, Advocate Says 'No Choice but Hillary Clinton'
This Land Is Your Land: HIV, Latinos And Election 2016
GOP, Dem, Green, Libertarian: Their Stances on HIV/AIDS
Decision 2016: The Politics of a Pandemic
Study: Contrasting outcomes from candidates’ health plans
Here’s How State Elections in 2016 affect People with HIV
What Would a Donald Trump Presidency Mean for People With HIV/AIDS?
Notable Only in Its Absence: Third-Party Presidential Candidates' Nonexistent HIV Policies
HIV-Positive Politicians and HIV Advocates
Will the Next U.S. President Let Access to HIV Drugs Be Hijacked in the Name of Free Trade?
Party Platforms and Candidate Positions: How the Two Parties Measure Up on HIV
A Dozen Reasons Why Mike Pence Is Just As Bad As Donald Trump
Mike Pence Is the Real Extremist on the GOP Ticket—Here’s How He Left a Trail of Victims in Indiana
Only 3 Presidential Candidates Share How They Will Address HIV
Tuesday, September 27 is National Voter Registration Day.
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