Presidential Election Year

Use Social Media to Get Poverty and Homelessness Discussed at Upcoming Debates

The presidential election season and upcoming debates presents an opportunity to get conversations of poverty and homelessness onto the main stage. Social Media is a major platform for communicating a message and engaging in advocacy. Platforms like Twitter and Facebook can be used to directly ask candidates to discuss issues of homelessness and poverty. As public platforms, questions and requests you propose become public, putting pressure upon them to respond. Tweet @ the candidates or post a question on their Facebook walls. Let’s keep the pressure up and get discussions of homelessness and poverty onto the debate floor!

Social Media Contact for Major Presidential Candidates:

Hillary Clinton D Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png Medium.pngSnapchat.png
Martin O’Malley D Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png  Snapchat.png
Bernie Sanders D Facebook.png  Twitter.png  Instagram.png
Jeb Bush R Facebook.png Twitter.png Instagram.png
Ben Carson R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png
Chris Christie R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png Snapchat.png
Ted Cruz R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png
Carly Fiorina R Facebook.png Twitter.png Snapchat.png
Lindsay Graham R Facebook.png Twitter.png Instagram.png Snapchat.png
Mike Huckabee R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png Googleplus.png
Bobby Jindal R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png
John Kasich R
Rand Paul R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Googleplus.pngSnapchat.png
George Pataki R Facebook.png Twitter.png
Marco Rubio R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.pngTumblr.pngPinterest.png Googleplus.pngSnapchat.png
Rick Santorum R Facebook.png Twitter.png Instagram.png
Donald Trump R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png
Scott Walker R Facebook.png Twitter.png Youtube.png Instagram.png