I have been working on behalf of disabled veterans for close to a decade. This survey will be the foundation on which I can build a better program to hold political and government officials accountable to the veteran community at large.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 24, 2011
DisabledVeterans.org announced today that it will conduct a survey on where veterans stand on political issues in relation to their status as veterans. The intention of the survey is to collect a geographically diverse sampling of stances in the veteran’s community. DisabledVeterans.org will release a report to share the results on Veteran’s Day 2011.
The survey is currently available for veterans to complete at: http://www.disabledveterans.org/guides/veterans-survey/
"As a disabled veteran, I have always had anecdotal evidence about where the veteran community stands on political issues," says Benjamin Krause, founder of DisabledVeterans.org. "However, having a complete picture using statistical models will help me be a better advocate and journalist on these issues in the future."
Krause continued, “I have been working on behalf of disabled veterans for close to a decade. This survey will be the foundation on which I can build a better program to hold political and government officials accountable to the veteran community at large.”
About Benjamin Krause
A former Senior Airman in the US Air Force, Benjamin Krause served with the Air Mobility Command in the Middle East (Desert Fox in Bahrain) and later with the USAF Special Operation Command in Mildenhall Great Britain where he participated in operations in Eastern Europe.
As a veteran, Krause founded DisabledVeterans.org in 2010 after writing about veterans' issues for years. He has successfully navigated the Department of Veteran’s Affairs Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program – twice. Krause completed an undergraduate degree in Economics from Northwestern University and he will graduate with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2013. He is actively involved in social media and can be reached both on Twitter (@benjaminkrause) and on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/benjaminlkrause). For more information, please contact Benjamin Krause at 503-703-3454 or visit disabledveterans.org.
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