NACDS is reaching out to state pharmacy associations—who have been very responsive—urging them to help get out the pharmacy vote in the 2016 elections through the bipartisan NACDS RxIMPACT Votes online campaign.
The online resource empowers pharmacy advocates to engage in the electoral process…
The online resource empowers pharmacy advocates to engage in the electoral process for the political candidates of their choice—and advance pharmacy legislative priorities in the process. NACDS RxIMPACT Votes has online resources on voter registration, candidate details, election dates and polling locations.
Social media is also playing a huge roll in voter engagement. A recent Morning Consult poll shows that a quarter of the highly courted 18 to 29-year-old demographic turns social media sites like LinkedIn or Snapchat for news on the 2016 campaign. Make sure your vote counts—and get news on the election and pharmacy legislative priorities by joining the NACDS RxIMPACT Pharmacy Advocates Group on LinkedIn.