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Author Topic: An opportunity for you to ask presidential candidates a question  (Read 1277 times)

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Offline Andy Velez

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   Human Rights Campaign/Logo Network Presidential forum open to your questions! 
Presidential forum on LGBT issues puts candidates in the spotlight.

Make your voice heard!

Presidential candidates will gather in Los Angeles on Thursday, August 9th to debate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. Human Rights Campaign and Logo Network have issued an open call for questions to be presented to the candidates.

Tell HRC and Logo: Immigration is a gay issue!

This is your chance to ask the presidential candidates to address the issues you care most deeply about. How have the discriminatory effects of immigration law hurt you and your family? How would the candidates address the HIV ban? What would they say to a couple that has been ripped apart because of visa troubles?

Submit your question now!

Politicians are experts at dodging the real issues behind the questions posed to them. Be frank, personal and direct: "How would you help me keep my family together in the U.S.A.?" is a better question than "Do you support the UAFA?" By making your question about you, candidates will be forced give real answers, not sound bites.

Visit HRC's website to submit your questions.
Then go to our blog and let us know what you asked!

Immigration Equality addresses the widespread discriminatory impact of U.S. immigration laws on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and HIV-positive immigrants, their families and loved ones.


Andy Velez


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