Issues & AdvocacyFederal
By Amanda Stratton, Manager, Grassroots & Advocacy Outreach
Today is the day! AIA member participation in the political and lawmaking processes is critical to preserving and advancing laws that are crucial to the profession of architecture, and the time has come to exercise your constitutional rights by casting your vote.
If you aren’t sure where you cast you ballot, click here to find your polling place. After you vote, you can keep up with the election results and add your thoughts by following #dv12 on Twitter. We will be tweeting analyses all night with that hashtag to get you the information you need!
How you vote is a personal decision – but it is vital that all architects vote. Whether you are a Democrat, Republican, or Independent, make your voice heard today and participate in this key election.
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