The policies, programs, and resources needed to respond to and end the HIV epidemic greatly depend on decisions made by legislators, elected officials, and the officials they appoint. Who makes these decisions—
and the beliefs and values these officials hold—
will have a significant impact on issues important to people living with HIV and the organizations that serve them.
Voting for candidates who are responsive to the issues and concerns of people and communities affected by HIV is an important step in getting sound public policies enacted.
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