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Midterm Questionnaire
Right now, we are closer to ending the HIV epidemic in the United States than at any time in almost four decades. To better understand how Congressional candidates will take advantage of the moment to seek an end to the HIV epidemic, AIDS United sent a survey to a group of over 4,000 Congressional candidates who had registered their campaign with the Federal Election Commission in advance of the 2018 elections. Candidates responses have been published without edits. As of right now, the candidates who responded to the survey and their responses are published below. We urge all remaining candidates to complete the survey and the coalition will publish responses from the other Congressional candidates as they are sent in. 

The survey is intended to assess the positions of all candidates running for Congress concerning HIV/AIDS regardless of party. The ultimate goal is to learn where candidates stand on critical issues in the epidemic, and to educate the hundreds of thousands of individuals who care deeply about ending the loss and suffering caused by HIV/AIDS. AIDS United does not endorse any candidate or political party. Click here to see the questionnaire.

Folasade Adeluola
Running for Senate in Vermont
Party: Democrat

Rob Anderson
Running for Louisiana's 3rd District in the House
Party: Democrat

Randy Auxier
Running for Illinois's 12th District in the House
Party: Green

Richard Castaldo
Running for Oklahoma's 2nd District in the House
Party: Libertarian

Dana Cottrell
Running for Florida's 11th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Robert Crook
Running for New Jersey's 11th District in the House
Party: Independent

Rob Davidson
Running for Michigan's 2nd District in the House
Party: Democrat

Pat Elder
Running for Maryland's 5th District in the House
Party: Green

Benjamin Hernandez
Running for Texas's 9th District in the House
Party: Independent

Catherine Krantz
Running for Texas's 4th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Jeffrey Kurzon
Running for New York's 7th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Russell Lambert
Running for California's 46th District in the House
Party: Republican

Miguel Levario
Running for Texas's 19th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Jennifer Lewis
Running for Virginia's 6th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Mahmoud Mahmoud
Running for New Jersey's 11th District in the House
Party: Independent

George McDermott
Running for Maryland's 4th District in the House
Party: Republican

Michael Mullen
Running for Massachusetts's 3rd District in the House
Party: Independent

Thomas Oh
Running for Virginia's 8th District in the House
Party: Republican

Paul Overby
Running for Senate in Minnesota
Party: Green

Lisa Ring
Running for Georgia's 1st District in the House
Party: Democrat

Marvin Sandnes
Running for Oregon's 5th District in the House
Party: Pacific Green

Sarah Smith 
Running for Washington's 9th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Kelly Standley
Running for Kansas's 2nd District in the House
Party: Libertarian

Erika Stotts-Pearson
Running for Tennessee's 8th District in the House
Party: Democrat

Paul Walker
Running for Kentucky's 1st District in the House
Party: Democrat

Joe Walton
Running for Virginia's 7th District in the House
Party: Libertarian


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