Election 2012

'1 in 88' Campaign Gears Up for Debate #2

NEW YORK (October 13, 2012) -- Autism Speaks is preparing for Tuesday's Presidential debate at Hofstra University by organizing advocates to appear at Good Morning America, the Today show and a pre-debate event,... More...

1 in 88 Can't Wait: Get Autism in the Debates

NEW YORK (October 11, 2012)-- Autism Speaks joined a social media campaign today with the nation's leading autism advocacy organizations to raise autism as an issue in the Presidential debates and as an issue that cannot ... More...

'1 in 88 Can't Wait' Video Released

NEW YORK (September 18, 2012) Autism Speaks today released a video featuring people on the autism spectrum, parents, siblings and teachers explaining why autism  is important to them  in this year’s November elections.

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New Autism Votes T-Shirts: Get 'Em While They're Hot!

NEW YORK (September 13, 2012) -- Now you can get our brand new Autism Votes 2012 Election T-shirts that let everyone know "Our 1 in 88 can't wait." Buy one, wear it around town, get people involved and registered&nbs... More...

Presidential Forum to Focus on Disability Issues

COLUMBUS, OH (September 11, 2012) -- A coalition of over 50 disability organizations, including Autism Speaks, is hosting a non-partisan September 28 National Forum on Disability Issues where the... More...

President Clinton Cites Autism in Convention Address

CHARLOTTE (September 6, 2012) -- Former President Bill Clinton, in his speech to the Democratic National Convention last night, referenced autism in remarks about Medicaid.

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GOP, Democratic Platforms: 'Autism' Makes the Cut

WASHINGTON, DC (September 5, 2012) -- The 2012 Democratic and Republican party platforms have been issued and both make specific reference to autism among their policy goals for the next four years.

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Detroit News: 'Romney-Ryan looks like Snyder-Calley'

DETROIT (August 31, 2012) -- In a comparison of the Romney/Ryan Republican ticket with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, the ... More...

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