The AHA is engaging in early primary states, including Nevada and South Carolina, with ads about affordability and rural health care to ensure issues important to hospitals and health systems stay in front of candidates. The AHA's We Care, We Vote webpage contains resources for hospital and health system leaders to use to prepare for the 2020 election. To learn more about AHA's We Care, We Vote initiative, visit wecarewevote.aha.org

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