Wednesday, September 7, 2011

SAVE to put questions of false allegations to candidates

Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE) sent out the following and I believe you will find it interesting:

SAVE Elert: Campaign 2012 Will Put False Allegations on the Political Agenda

September 7, 2011
Campaign 2012

Putting False Allegations on the Political Agenda

Have you ever wondered what a candidate's take is on an issue like false allegations? We have. So we're going to ask.

The upcoming election is sure to be the most important and most heated election in recent memory.

This contest will be grabbing the media spotlight. And we'll be right there, asking our very important questions.

Campaign 2012: Stop False Allegations of Abuse will:

1.Increase public awareness about false allegations of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse

2.Engage candidates for state and federal political office in the issue of false allegations

3.Secure commitments from these candidates to work to reform abuse laws

October will find us in New Hampshire. We're currently looking for local citizens to address presidential candidates. Interested?

You can be part of our Campaign 2012 team! We'll provide training, printed flyers, information about candidates' local town hall meetings, easy-to-use forms, and t-shirts.

We'd like to see Campaign 2012 grow with volunteers across the country addressing candidates on both the state and federal level. Are you ready to take action? Make sure you attend the Sept. 21 DVLP conference call. DVLP:click here

If you want to join our efforts, email me at Put "Campaign 2012" and/or "DVLP" in the subject line, and give me your city, state, and phone number.

I'll be in touch!


Teri Stoddard, Program Director
Stop Abusive and Violent Environments
SAVE Services

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