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Americans For The Arts Releases Overview Of Candidate Positions

With elections only a few days away, Americans for the Arts released their official analysis of the presidential candidates’ arts policy positions. This guide is made available along with their 2012 Congressional Arts Report Card.

Given the popularity of the 2012 Elections and the Arts Poll and the numbers of respondents indicating they feel a candidate’s position on arts and arts education funding to be important or very important, readers should find the two reports not only interesting but useful.

Visit the 2012 congressional Report Card Page

Download the 2012 Presidential Candidates Arts Positions Guide (pdf)

Americans for the Arts 2012 Presidential Candidates Arts Positions Guide

Americans for the Arts 2012 Presidential Candidates Arts Positions Guide

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