Why do you advocate for affordable homes?

The best way to advocate for more affordable, accessible homes is to share our stories with people in power. When our leaders hear from their constituents about what matters to us most, they will listen. The more voices they hear from, the more likely they are to address our concerns, and we know that housing is a priority. In a poll of likely Democratic primary voters conducted in May by Roger Williams University and WPRI, 91% of respondents identified the cost of housing as a serious concern. Housing and homelessness advocates continue to call on state leaders to address Rhode Island's housing challenges with urgency as the state's housing crisis persists.

Our collective voices are powerful and when we share our story with people in power, we can help them make thoughtful, equitable decisions about providing #homes4all. Why do you advocate for affordable homes?

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