Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The NAACP Presidential candidates Civil Rights questionairre 2008 featuring responses from Senators Obama and McCain is complete and available!

The NAACP Presidential Candidates' Civil Rights Questionnaire 2008, which includes responses from both presumptive presidential candidates, Senators John McCain and Barack Obama is currently available on the NAACP website.

The questionnaire, which was sent to all Democratic and Republican candidates for President last August, contains questions on the Bread and Butter civil rights issues important to the NAACP. These issues include not only basic civil rights, but also criminal justice, economic development, education, election reform, health, housing, labor and international relations. All of the questions reflect issues that have been developed by the NAACP grassroots membership and the Board of Directors and are priorities for the NAACP.

The Questionnaire, complete with the responses from the two candidates, can be located by clicking here or by contacting the NAACP Washington Bureau at (202) 463-2940 or washingtonbureau@naacpnet.org. In addition to the web address, a hard copy can also be faxed or mailed to you.

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