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Toronto, Ont. (PRWEB) October 19, 2006 -- Elections in Toronto this November are going to the dogs! To help inform the voting public, My Dog Votes?, the company with a mission of Saving Dogs & Democracy?, announced it would conduct the first ever ?My Dog Votes? Voter Awareness Survey? of candidates running for the offices of Mayor and Council in Toronto.
The My Dog Votes? Voter Awareness Survey seeks to answer the question, ?Is Your Candidate Dog-Friendly?? That?s the question on the minds of dog owners in Toronto and across Canada, who contact the company asking for recommendations on local candidates running for office. The company is known for its national, nonpartisan efforts to inspire voter registration, however does not make endorsements of political parties or candidates.
The My Dog Votes? Voter Awareness Survey is administered online and asks candidates for their views on a number of different dog-related topics, including breed discrimination, leash law enforcement, banning dogs from public parks, support for bite prevention programs and more. It is believed to be the first candidate survey of its kind anywhere in the nation.
?Helping to inform voters is extremely important. Our survey is one way we can help educate and well as inspire voter participation?, said Barbara Haywood, founder of My Dog Votes?. ?Dog owners care deeply about their communities, and they view their dogs as special members of their families, which is why they concerned with a candidate?s position on dog-related laws. Dog owners are emerging as a powerful voting bloc, especially in local and provincial elections.
The online survey was sent to candidates running for Mayor, as well as candidates running for Council. Results of the Toronto My Dog Votes? Voter Awareness Survey will be posted on the company?s website, www.mydogvotes.com, as they become available. ?Our goal is to see 100% participation by the candidates?, said Ms. Haywood.
In the effort to help educate and inspire voter participation, My Dog Votes? also plans to survey candidates for local and state offices in other cities in the coming months.
About My Dog Votes?
My Dog Votes? Brand T-Shirts has a corporate mission of Saving Dogs and Democracy?. The company was founded with the goal of creating dog-friendly and dog-safe communities. My Dog Votes? brand helps dog groups create and fund community responsible ownership educational programs through sales of the nonpartisan My Dog Votes? political campaign style products, which feature the company?s popular Patriot Paw? trademark. My Dog Votes? also underwrites the country?s only national GOTV (Get Out The Vote) campaign for dog owners, aimed at elevating voter participation in local and state elections. On the web at www.mydogvotes.com
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