Today, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), the Illinois Association of Public Health Administrators and Illinois Public Health Association released a compilation of the views of 77 candidates on HIV and public health issues. All three groups are non-partisan organizations and do not endorse candidates for public office.
Surveys were sent to over 400 candidates running for federal senate and house seats, as well as state-level offices. Five statewide candidates—including two running for governor—submitted written statements on public health and HIV. Their statements are included in the full report.
Check out the questionnaire to see where candidates stand on HIV/AIDS programs and public health. Most importantly, get out and vote on Tuesday, February 2.