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Monday, November 05, 2012

Election Day Humane Voter Guide

If you’re ready for the election to be over, you’re not alone. After months of campaigning, TV ads, and robo-calls, tomorrow is the day when the vast majority of voters cast their ballots on the presidential, congressional, state and local races around the country.

Before heading to the polls, I hope you’ll check out the Humane Society Legislative Fund’s Voter Guide for a list of endorsed candidates and election recommendations in your state.

2012_voter_guideAnimal advocates need to know who is standing up for their interests, and which candidates are friends of animal protection. HSLF is a nonpartisan organization, and endorses Democrats, Republicans, and Independents who have demonstrated a record of commitment to protecting animals from cruelty and abuse. Our full slate of endorsements reflects that nonpartisan approach.

By clicking on the map, you’ll find a list of humane candidates who are supported by HSLF in critical races for U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, as well as some state and local races where champions of animal protection are running for office, and ballot measures that impact animals.

No matter whom you vote for, please get out and vote. You can find your polling place and other election information at Vote411.org. Your participation in the process can have a direct impact on the future of animal protection and other issues that you care about.

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