Only Democratic Presidential Candidates Respond To GMHC Survey On Plans To End AIDS

MSNBC: A lot like Reagan? Not one GOP candidate replied to this survey
“…On Dec. 3, 2015, all major candidates running for the White House were asked to submit their plans to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic to GMHC, the world’s first HIV/AIDS service organization … Of the 18 candidates who received the survey, only three responded — Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley, and Bernie Sanders. No Republican campaigns submitted a reply, and prominent HIV/AIDS activists were quick to note their silence wasn’t unprecedented…” (Neese, 1/30).

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