Let’s get candidates talking about mental health before November!


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  • Head over to our Voter Resources page to check your registration, start a new registration, sign up for election reminders, and more!
  • Learn where candidates stand on mental health and addiction! Check out candidate survey responses here.

As the 2020 general election approaches, we need your help encouraging debate moderators to ask presidential and vice presidential candidates about mental health and addiction! To make this as easy as possible, we’ve developed content to help you take action. Download the #AskAboutMentalHealth toolkit here and click below to start sharing immediately!


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Presidential candidates need to share their mental health & addiction plans before the November elections! @kwelkernbc, don’t forget to #AskAboutMentalHealth during the Oct. 22 debate!

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We’ve fought for awareness, and now we need action! @kwelkernbc, #AskAboutMentalHealth during the final presidential #debate on Oct. 22!

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2020 General Election Debate Schedule


September 29 First presidential debate Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH Chris Wallace
October 7 Vice presidential debate The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT Susan Page
October 15- cancelled Second presidential debate Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Miami, FL Steve Scully
October 22 Third presidential debate Belmont University, Nashville, TN Kristen Welker


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