Alzheimer’s is an issue impacting voters across the country. Today, more than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and another 11 million provide care. Over the past decade, policymakers from both sides of the aisle have listened to voters, stepped up and taken action to prioritize Alzheimer’s as a national priority. During the 2024 election, AIM is continuing our work to ensure candidates for office have a plan to build on the progress being made in the fight to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.
The fight against Alzheimer’s isn’t a red or blue issue; it’s both — it’s purple. This election season AIM advocates across the country are engaging federal and state candidates on the #Road2ENDALZ. Throughout the election, volunteer advocates are sharing how Alzheimer's has impacted their lives and asking candidates for their plan to address the Alzheimer's public health crisis.
Please join us as we continue on the #Road2ENDALZ.
Election 2024 Resources
Bring this palm card with you to campaign events to share the facts about Alzheimer’s and ask candidates running for office for their plan.
Personalize these talking points to share your Alzheimer’s story and implore elected officials to act in the fight.
Leading in the Fight
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most critical public health issues in America. Public polling has shown voters are more likely to support a candidate who stands for policies to improve care, support caregivers and advance Alzheimer’s treatments.
Alzheimer’s is an issue driving voters at the polls. Candidates for federal, state, and local offices should share their plan on how they'll help their constituents affected by Alzheimer's.
For more information about the impact of Alzheimer’s on your state, find the facts at alz.org/facts.
2024 Campaign Issue Guide: Leading in the Fight to End Alzheimer’s
AIM encourage all candidates running for office — at the federal and state level —to talk about their plans to address Alzheimer’s and all dementia. Download this guide to learn more about AIM’s policy priorities and ways you can engage this election season.