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National Alliance on Mental Illness
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ASK A QUESTION

Are candidates talking about mental health care? If not, get them started and ask a question. Learn where they stand on the issue you're passionate about.
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MAKE A STATEMENT

If you want mental health care to be a priority for candidates, you don't have to wait to ask a question. You can make a statement.
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MEET WITH CANDIDATES

If you think our country is not prioritizing mental health care and you'd like to do something about it, meet with candidates. Share our priorities and build candidate awareness.
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RESPOND POSITIVELY

When you talk with a candidate about our priorities, it’s important to be prepared. If you encounter opposition, don’t be defensive and don’t argue, respond positively.
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CONNECT WITH CANDIDATES

Developing a relationship with candidates is the best way to shift attitudes and increase support for mental health care. Stay in touch and serve as a resource.
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Ready, Set, Vote!

November 4, 2014

Make your mark for mental health in the 2014 election! Are you ready?

  • Is your voter registration current?
  • Know where your polling place is?
  • Got your voter ID?
  • Know your voterís rights.
  • Click HERE for your stateís early voting dates and deadlines to request an absentee ballot.
  • Need a ride to the polling place on Election Day? Call a family member, friend or your political party.

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