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2020 Presidential Candidates


2020 Presidential Election
Date: November 3, 2020


Presidential candidates, 2020

• Important dates 

Democratic primary

• Republican primary 


Democratic presidential primary debates 

Democratic debate (October 2019)


DemocratsBennetBidenBookerBullockButtigiegCastroDelaneyGabbardHarrisKlobucharMessamSandersSestakSteyerWarrenWilliamsonYang 


Republicans SanfordTrumpWalshWeld



Campaign Websites & Contact Info 



Michael Bennet (D) U.S. senator from Colorado

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelbennet

• Facebook: https://facebook.com/michaelbennet

• Email: info@michaelbennet.com

• Campaign Website: https://michaelbennet.com


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Joe Biden (D) former vice president of the United States

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/joebiden

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joebiden

• Campaign Website: https://go.joebiden.com/page/s/contact-us


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Cory Booker (D) U.S. senator from New Jersey

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoryBooker

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corybooker

• Campaign Website: https://corybooker.com/meet-cory/ 


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Steve Bullock (D) Governor of Montana

• Twitter: http://twitter.com/GovernorBullock

• Facebook: http://facebook.com/GovernorBullock

• Campaign Website: https://stevebullock.com/contact-us/


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Pete Buttigieg (D) Mayor of South Bend, Indiana

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/PeteButtigieg

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petebuttigieg1/

• Email: info@peteforamerica.com

• Campaign Website: https://peteforamerica.com


Pete Buttigieg on Chronic Pain (Skip to Page #8) https://t.co/vSWCfTJsyW 


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Julián Castro (D) former U.S. secretary of housing and urban development 

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/juliancastro

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/julianforthefuture/

• Email: info@julianforthefuture.com

• Campaign Website: https://www.julianforthefuture.com/contact/ 

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 Delaney (D) former U.S. representative from Maryland

• Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/johndelaney

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnkdelaneyjkd

• Email: info@johndelaney.com

Phone: 301-500-8643

• Campaign Website: https://www.johndelaney.com


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Tulsi Gabbard (D) U.S. representative from Hawaii

• Phone: (808) 861-0793

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/tulsigabbard

• Facebook: https://facebook.com/tulsigabbard

• Campaign Website: https://www.tulsi2020.com/contact#gs.w9wtlz

Email:  aloha@votetulsi.com


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Kamala Harris (D) U.S. senator from Californiag

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/KamalaHarris

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KamalaHarris/

• Email: info@kamalaharris.org

• Campaign Website: https://kamalaharris.org


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Amy Klobuchar (D) U.S. senator from Minnesota

• Twitter: http://twitter.com/amyklobuchar

• Facebook: http://facebook.com/amyklobuchar

• Email: info@amyklobuchar.com

• Campaign Website: https://amyklobuchar.com


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Bernie Sanders (I) U.S. senator from Vermont

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/BernieSanders?s=09

• Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/berniesanders/

• Campaign Website: https://berniesanders.com/contact-us/

Email : contact@feelthebern.org



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Tom Steyer (D) founder of Farallon Capital Management

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomsteyer

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtomsteyer

• Campaign Website: https://www.tomsteyer.com/contact/


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Elizabeth Warren (D) U.S. senator from Massachusetts

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/ewarren

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElizabethWarren/

• Phone: 617-565-3170

• Email: info@elizabethwarren.com

• Campaign Website: https://elizabethwarren.com/contact-us


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Marianne Williamson (D) an author and lecturer

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/marwilliamson

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/williamsonmarianne/

• Email: Contact@Marianne2020.com

• Campaign Website: https://www.marianne2020.com

Marianne Williamson is Oprah’s spiritual adviser. 


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Andrew Yang (D) an entrepreneur and author from New York

• Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewyang

• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrewyang2020/

• Email: info@yang2020.com

• Campaign Website: https://www.yang2020.com/contact-us/

 》Yang's  Opioid "Plan:  https://www.yang2020.com/policies/opioid-crisis/


Contact the 2020 Candidates

2020 Presidential Candidates:


Contact the candidates using the information on this page and ask where they stand on prescribing opioid pain medications for chronic intractable pain. 


Democratic Candidates HERE


CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF CAMPAIGNS ORGANIZATIONAL INFO


Key upcoming primaries and party events in the 2020 election:

February 3, 2020: Iowa caucuses
February 11, 2020: New Hampshire primary
March 3, 2020: Super Tuesday primaries


Key Campaign Staffers:

https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_election_key_staffers,_2020 


2020 Candidates 

http://www.democracyinaction.us/2020/candidates/candsdem.html 



Questions for Candidates to post on social media & email:



Millions of chronically ill veterans & civilians have been suffering the consequences of the crackdown on opioid prescribing.  We need immediate solutions that will protect legitimate patients and the doctors who treat us.  Contrary to the public narrative, these patients have been on stable opiate pain medications for decades with NO issues and a minute risk of addiction, but are being forced to reduce or discontinue their meds nonetheless. The government's drastic restrictions have done NOTHING to reduce addiction or overdose deaths. 


Study after study finds that the risk of addiction is 0.6%, yet the media has repeatedly omitted this information. The government has admitted that its own data and statistics originally reported by the CDC and other federal agencies was manipulated and highly inflated to advance the “anti opioid” agenda.  


The media only highlights ONE side of this "crisis" when in actuality we are dealing with TWO separate crises:


#1 Illicit Street Drug Crisis:  Causing addiction and thousands of overdose deaths primarily fueled by adulterated heroin, meth, cocaine, counterfeit pills, and illicitly manufactured black market fentanyl (IMF) & its analogs. 


#2 Untreated/Undertreated pain crisis: Causing various complications, strokes, heart failure, suicide, and pushing some to seek relief from alcohol or the DEADLY illicit market out of sheer desperation.


We are SINGLE ISSUE VOTERS and have the numbers to SWAY the election to ensure VICTORY for whomever publicly acknowledges & commits to protect our rights.  


What will you do to  ensure that people with chronic, painful conditions will have access to the full range of pain management modalities, including opioid pain medications, when they are appropriate and necessary?


Pain patients deserve the SAME attention & fervor from our elected representatives. 


PAIN EQUALITY NOW!  #PainPatientsVote 


Please reply to team@painwarriorsunite.com 


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Positions on Opioids, Addiction, Mental Health & Disability

Canditates Positions on Opioids 


Democrats have talked a lot about holding drug companies accountable for their role in fueling the opioid crisis and curtailing excessive prescriptions for opioid painkillers.   



Former Vice President Joe Biden: Biden’s health care plan, which seeks to build on Obamacare with a public option for health insurance and better enforcement of coverage rules, would help boost access to drug addiction treatment, according to his campaign. His criminal justice plan would also boost spending on treatment. And it would use treatment over incarceration for people with drug problems, as well as offer treatment to people in jail or prison. On the campaign trail, Biden has spoken aboutpulling back opioid prescriptions and holding drug companies accountable for their role in fueling the opioid crisis.

Biden:

https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/ondcp/news-releases-remarks/obama-administration-releases-action-plan 


  • “Today we are making an unprecedented commitment to combat the growing problem of prescription drug abuse,” said Vice President Biden. “The Government, as well as parents, patients, health care providers, and manufacturers all play a role in preventing abuse. This plan will save lives, and it will substantially lessen the burden this epidemic takes on our families, communities, and workforce.” --  April 19, 2011



Sen. Cory Booker: Booker cosponsored Warren’s bill to spend $100 billion over 10 years on drug addiction treatment and harm reduction programs. He introduced a bill to expand addiction treatment for incarcerated individuals, and backed legislation to get insurers to pay for treatment. He’s also been a major advocate of criminal justice reform, pushing for treatment for people who use drugs instead of jail and prison time. And he’s spoken about holding pharmaceutical companies accountable for their role in the opioid crisis.

Julián Castro: Castro’s campaign website does not include a plan regarding the opioid epidemic, and his staff did not return requests for comment. Based on news reports, he has made very few comments about the opioid epidemic on the campaign trail.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Gabbard’s campaign website does not include a plan regarding the opioid epidemic, and her staff did not return requests for comment. In the past, Gabbard introduced a bill to hold top company executives and drug manufacturers criminally liable for misleading opioid marketing. Her statements on the opioid crisis have typically focused on holding opioid companies accountable, with little attention to boosting drug addiction treatment or harm reduction services.


Tulsi Gabbard on Opioids: https://www.tulsigabbard.org/tulsi-gabbard-on-opioid-addiction


Gabbard has a LONG history AGAINST prescription opioids which is clear by reviewing her voting record and bills she's introduced, sponsored, and supported during her time in Congress. 


  • As we look at treatment options and support for those dealing with this addiction, it’s important that we actually focus on the root cause of the problem,” Gabbard said on the House floor in support of the legislation. “We have seen for decades how major pharmaceutical companies have misled the FDA, doctors, and patients about the safety and risks of opioid dependency on commonly prescribed prescription drugs in their efforts to sell more drugs.”


Yang's. Opioid Plan:  https://www.yang2020.com/policies/opioid-crisis/


Andrew Yang: Yang put out a plan to address the opioid crisis. The plan would take several steps to REDUCE opioid prescribing, Separately, Yang has also called for decriminalizing opioids


HIGHLIGHTS OF HIS PLAN 


  • As President he will:
  • REDUCE the PRODUCTION of and USE of OPIOIDS for general PAIN MANAGEMENT.
  • Doctors need to TELL more PATIENTS that THEY'LL FEEL BETTER on their own WITHOUT having to take opiates.
  • Work with the DEA to enforce a much STRICTER LIMIT on the number of opioid-based medications that can be produced in any given year and instruct manufacturers to report drugs prescribed in each community so as to monitor excess supply and probable abuse.
  • All states should LIMIT the SIZE of PRESCRIPTIONS and REQUIRE all opioid prescriptions to be MADE from HOSPITALS instead of individual offices/practices
  • Impose a new tax on opiate manufacturers to fund treatment and rehabilitation, retroactive to 2005. 
  • (This tax will be passed down to the consumer & likely unconstitutional)
  • The FDA should allow only doctors who complete specialized education in pain management to prescribe opioids for more than a few days



Marianne Williamson: Williamson’s campaign website does not include a plan regarding the opioid epidemic, and her staff did not return requests for comment. On the campaign trail, she’s spoken about holding opioid companies accountable, the excessive prescribing of painkillers, and having “24-hour 12-step programming available on cable television.”

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock: Bullock’s campaign said he would boost access to drug addiction treatment by “build[ing] on Obamacare by adding a public option, ending surprise medical billing, and allowing the federal government to negotiate drug prices.” As governor, he also signed a bill into law that curtails opioid painkiller prescriptions.

Sen. Bernie Sanders: Sanders cosponsored Warren’s bill to commit $100 billion over 10 years to drug addiction treatment and harm reduction programs. He has also argued that Medicare-for-all will guarantee access to addiction treatment. In his criminal justice plan, he backed supervised consumption sites and needle exchanges, and emphasized the need to move away from locking up people with drug addiction and instead giving them access to treatment. And he’s introduced legislation that would aimto “hold CEOs of drug companies criminally liable for illegal advertising, marketing, or distribution of opioids,” among other steps to reduce access to opioids.

Bernie Sanders: https://feelthebern.org/bernie-sanders-on-drug-policy/#addressing-the-heroin-epidemic



Sen. Elizabeth Warren: Warren has introduced a bill that would commit $100 billion over 10 years to fight drug addiction — a huge investment in treatment and harm reduction programs, focused on evidence-based practices like opioid addiction medications and naloxone. She’s also acknowledged the role of health insurance, including Medicare-for-all, to help cover addiction treatment. In her criminal justice plan, Warren called for diverting people with drug addictions from prison to treatment, and backed needle exchanges and supervised consumption sites. And she’s supported separate legislation that would impose criminal penalties on big company executives that “knowingly hurt people through criminal negligence — such as fueling the opioid crisis.”


Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Klobuchar’s campaign put out a $100 billion plan to address mental health issues and drug addiction. The proposal would promote early interventions for drug use, including at schools, as well as boost addiction treatment, including medications for opioid addiction. It would enforce laws requiring insurers to cover addiction treatment. It would also support research for more addiction treatments and non-opioid pain treatments. And it would discourage the use of jail or prison over treatment for people who use drugs, as well as encourage first responders to carry naloxone. It would impose a 2-cent fee on each milligram of an active opioid ingredient in painkillers to help pay for the plan and try to hold drug companies accountable for their involvement in the current overdose crisis.


Sen. Michael Bennet: Bennet’s health care plan includes a section on fighting drug misuse. His proposal would put $60 billion to fighting addiction and scaling up treatment. He would also require insurers to pay for addiction treatment and non-opioid pain treatments. And he would expand access to naloxone. He also vowed to hold opioid painkiller producers and distributors accountable with criminal penalties for illegal marketing and by forcing them to pay for $20 billion to help fund his plan.

Former Rep. John Delaney: Delaney put out a plan to tackle the opioid epidemic. It would spend $3 billion to $4 billion more a year, raised through a new tax on opioid painkillers, to help states expand access to addiction treatment. His campaign also pointed to his health care plan, which would take steps to get insurers to pay for more addiction treatment. Delaney would also move to curtail opioid painkiller prescribing by pushing doctors to prescribe less, going after pharmaceutical executives who played a role in the crisis, and increasing federal enforcement efforts against the diversion of opioid painkillers.

》Pete Buttigieg on Chronic Pain HERE (Skip to Page #8) 


Mayor Pete Buttigieg: Buttigieg released a comprehensive plan to tackle drug addiction and mental health issues in the US. The proposal would aim to scale up addiction treatment across the country, including through a 10-year, $100 billion grant program to encourage innovation at the community level, with an emphasis on boosting access to opioid addiction medications. It would also push insurance companies to cover addiction treatment and undertake broader efforts to ensure treatment is integrated into the health care system. It would decriminalize all drug possession at the federal level and push treatment over jail or prison for people with addictions. And it would expand naloxone and needle exchange programs


Note: Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the ONLY candidate who mentions the plight of chronic pain patients. 



Tom Steyer: Steyer’s campaign said he will focus on incarcerating people from “drug companies conspiring to addict Americans to opioids,” instead of simply fining them. He has also criticized Trump for enacting a tax cut that some drug companies benefited from, when much of that money could have gone to efforts to end the opioid crisis.


Positions on Mental Health and Addiction:

https://www.mentalhealthforus.net/voters/candidate-positions/

VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN (D)

SENATOR CORY BOOKER (D-NJ)

MAYOR PETE BUTTIGIEG (D-SOUTH BEND, IN)

SECRETARY JULIAN CASTRO (D)

REPRESENTATIVE TULSI GABBARD (D-HI)

SENATOR KAMALA HARRIS (D-CA)

SENATOR AMY KLOBUCHAR (D-MN)

SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS (D-VT)

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP (R)

SENATOR ELIZABETH WARREN (D-MA)

GOVERNOR BILL WELD (R)

ANDREW YANG (D)


2020 Presidential Questionnaire on Disability Policies
The 2020 Presidential elections will have significant implications for 20 percent of the US population- people with disabilities. 


As we move towards election day, the American Association of People with Disabilities’ (AAPD) REV UP Campaign and the National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) have developed a Presidential Questionnaire on Disability Policies. Through their responses to this questionnaire candidates will share their views and positions on key disability policy priorities.


“There will be over 35 million eligible voters with disabilities in 2020. We encourage all the Presidential candidates to engage the Disability vote,” said Maria Town, President & CEO of AAPD. “Our organizations are committed to empowering our community and speaking out about critical issues with the candidates.”


You can find a copy of the Presidential Questionnaire on Disability Policies through this link: https://www.aapd.com/2020-presidential-candidate-questionnaire-on-disability-policies/


Candidates views about DISABILITY, inclusion, and accessibility. 

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Election Schedule & Important Dates

2020 Election Schedule 



February 3, 2020
Iowa - Presidential Caucuses


February 4, 2020
Maryland - District 4 Special Primary


February 11, 2020
New Hampshire - Presidential Primary


February 15, 2020
South Carolina - Presidential Primary (R)


February 18, 2020
Wisconsin - District 7 Primary


February 22, 2020
Nevada - Presidential Caucuses (D)


February 25, 2020
Nevada - Presidential Caucuses (R)


February 29, 2020
South Carolina - Presidential Primary (D)


March 3, 2020
Alabama - Presidential Primary
Alaska - Republican Convention (Presidential)
American Samoa - Presidential Caucus (D)
Arkansas - Presidential Primary
California - Presidential Primary
Colorado - Presidential Primary
Georgia - Presidential Primary
Maine - Presidential Primary
Massachusetts - Presidential Primary
Minnesota - Presidential Primary
North Carolina - Presidential Primary
Oklahoma - Presidential Primary
Tennessee - Presidential Primary
Texas - Presidential Primary
Utah - Presidential Primary
Vermont - Presidential Primary
Virginia - Presidential Primary


March 7, 2020
Kansas - Presidential Caucus (R)
Kentucky - Presidential Caucus (R)

March 8, 2020
Puerto Rico - Presidential Primary (R)


March 10, 2020
Hawaii - Presidential Caucuses (R)
Idaho - Presidential Primary
Michigan - Presidential Primary
Mississippi - Presidential Primary
Missouri - Presidential Primary
North Dakota - Presidential Caucus (D)
Ohio - Presidential Primary
Washington - Presidential Primary


March 12, 2020
Virgin Islands - Presidential Caucus (R)


March 14, 2020
District of Columbia - Republican Convention (Presidential)
Guam - Presidential Caucus (R)
Northern Marianas - Democratic Convention (Presidential)


March 17, 2020
Arizona - Presidential Primary
Florida - Presidential Primary
Illinois - Presidential Primary
Northern Marianas - Republican Convention (Presidential)


March 24, 2020
American Samoa - Presidential Caucus (R)


April 3, 2020
North Dakota - Republican Convention (Presidential)


April 4, 2020
Alaska - Presidential Primary (D)
Hawaii - Presidential Primary (D)
Louisiana - Presidential Primary


April 7, 2020
Wisconsin - Presidential Primary


April 21, 2020
New York - Presidential Primary (R)


April 28, 2020
Connecticut - Presidential Primary
Delaware - Presidential Primary
Maryland - Presidential Primary, District 7 Special Election
New York - Presidential Primary (D)
Pennsylvania - Presidential Primary
Rhode Island - Presidential Primary


May 2, 2020
Kansas - Presidential Primary (D)
Guam - Presidential Caucus (D)


May 5, 2020
Indiana - Presidential Primary


May 12, 2020:
Nebraska - Presidential Primary
West Virginia - Presidential Primary
Wisconsin - District 7 General Election


May 19, 2020
Kentucky - Presidential Primary (D)
Oregon - Presidential Primary


May 22-25, 2020:
Libertarian National Convention (Austin, TX)


June 2, 2020
Montana - Presidential Primary
New Jersey - Presidential Primary
New Mexico - Presidential Primary
South Dakota - Presidential Primary


June 6, 2020
Virgin Islands - Presidential Caucus (D)


June 7, 2020
Puerto Rico - Presidential Primary (D)


June 16, 2020
District of Columbia - Presidential Primary (D)


July 13-16, 2020:
Democratic National Convention (Milwaukee, WI)


August 24-27, 2020:
Republican National Convention (Charlotte, NC)


September 29, 2020:
Presidential Debate (1st Debate) - University of Notre Dame in Indiana


October 7, 2020:
Vice Presidential Debate - University of Utah


October 15, 2020:
Presidential Debate (2nd Debate) - University of Michigan in Ann Arbor


October 29, 2020:
Presidential Debate (3rd Debate) - Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee


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NOVEMBER 3, 2020
GENERAL ELECTION - NATIONWIDE
Louisiana - Primary



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January 4 2021:
New Congress Takes Office


January 20, 2021:
Presidential Inauguration - Washington, DC

Debate Schedule

2020 Presidential Debates:


Democratic presidential primary debates, 2019-2020

See also: Democratic presidential nomination, 2020


The following table provides an overview of the date, location, host, and number of participants in each scheduled 2020 Democratic presidential primary debate.



First Democratic primary debate June 26-27, 2019

Miami, Florida

NBC News, MSNBC, and Telemundo.  20 candidates


Second Democratic primary debate July 30-31, 2019

Detroit, Michigan

CNN  20 candidates


Third Democratic primary debate September 12, 2019

Houston, Texas

ABC News and Univision 10 candidates


Fourth Democratic primary debate  October 15, 2019

Westerville, Ohio

CNN and The New York Times


Fifth Democratic primary debate November 20, 2019

Georgia

MSNBC and The Washington Post TBA


Sixth Democratic primary debate December 2019 

TBA. 


Source: Ballotpedia

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State & Federal Candidates

Find Out Which Seats are up for Grabs in Your State

State and Federal Candidates 



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Contact the candidates in your state  and ask where they stand on prescribing opioid pain medications for chronic intractable pain and see if they're willing to champion our cause. 


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Questions for Candidates to post on social media & email:


Millions of chronically ill veterans & civilians have been suffering the consequences of the crackdown on opioid prescribing.  We need immediate solutions that will protect legitimate patients and the doctors who treat us.  Contrary to the public narrative, these patients have been on stable opiate pain medications for decades with NO issues and a minute risk of addiction, but are being forced to reduce or discontinue their meds nonetheless. The government's drastic restrictions have done NOTHING to reduce addiction or overdose deaths. 


Study after study finds that the risk of addiction is 0.6%, yet the media has repeatedly omitted this information. The government has admitted that its own data and statistics originally reported by the CDC and other federal agencies was manipulated and highly inflated to advance the “anti opioid” agenda.  


The media only highlights ONE side of this "crisis" when in actuality we are dealing with TWO separate crises:


#1 Illicit Street Drug Crisis:  Causing addiction and thousands of overdose deaths primarily fueled by adulterated heroin, meth, cocaine, counterfeit pills, and illicitly manufactured black market fentanyl (IMF) & its analogs. 


#2 Untreated/Undertreated pain crisis: Causing various complications, strokes, heart failure, suicide, and pushing some to seek relief from alcohol or the DEADLY illicit market out of sheer desperation.


We are SINGLE ISSUE VOTERS and have the numbers to SWAY the election to ensure VICTORY for whomever publicly acknowledges & commits to protect our rights.  


What will you do to  ensure that people with chronic, painful conditions will have access to the full range of pain management modalities, including opioid pain medications, when they are appropriate and necessary?


Pain patients deserve the SAME attention & fervor from our elected representatives. 


PAIN EQUALITY NOW!  #PainPatientsVote 




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