Join the Conversation
Research!America’s national voter education initiative, Campaign for Cures, intends to elevate medical research and innovation in the national conversation this election season, and empower voters to engage with candidates running for national office. If elected, will candidates champion public and private sector research to help find cures and treatments for costly and deadly diseases? Will they support initiatives to accelerate medical progress? Now is the time to ask them.
To encourage voters to share their views on the importance of research and innovation with candidates, we have compiled a toolkit that is designed to make it easier for individuals to get involved-- whether it’s through writing letters to the editor or engaging on social media.
Engage on Social Media
Social media is one of the best ways to get the word out, and we hope you will help us use it to ask candidates to join the conversation about medical progress along with the official hashtag: #Campaign4Cures. Follow Campaign for Cures on Facebook and Twitter!
Tools You Can Use
Resources & Information
Use the following talking points, questions and facts to guide your conversations with candidates about medical research and find out candidates’ positions on accelerating medical progress.
Download our sign templates and show your support at town halls and rallies:
Show your support for Campaign for Cures on your website or social media pages with banner images:
Post infographics to your website or social media pages that describe the innovation pipeline for major medical breakthroughs or Americans' views on medical research and the election to illustrate the importance of investing in medical research: