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When candidates see large numbers of people voicing the same concerns and desires, they pay attention.
Here are some ideas for how you might use this opportunity to make sure nurses voices are heard loud and clear by all candidates.
Public Meetings Town hall meetings, public forums and debates are the perfect venue to ask candidates where they stand on the issues that are important to nurses. Here's how to be prepared when you attend one or organize your own.
Face to Face Meetings Election time means candidates will be knocking on your door or phoning you. Even if they don't, you have every right to request a meeting with the candidates at their campaign office. Before you answer the door or drop in on their day, be sure you know the issues that are most important to you and be ready to discuss them.
Lunch and Learn Help your colleagues learn more about the issues and how to take action by organizing an information and discussion session.
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