Earlier this week we took note of State Rep. Sara Feigenholtz' (D-Chicago) warning that Illinois' AIDS drug program and HIV prevention services were under siege due to the state budget crisis. Which candidates can voters count on to back the sort of "balanced and sustainable solution" that Feigenholtz says is necessary to solve the looming public health emergency? The AIDS Foundation of Chicago, the Illinois Association of Public Health Administrators, and Illinois Public Health Association put that question -- along with dozens more -- to nearly 400 candidates running in next week's primary. So far, Democratic gubernatorial candidates Pat Quinn and Dan Hynes joined some 75 other candidates from across the Prairie State in responding. (On the other hand, all of the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate and governor declined to weigh in.) Check out the questionnaire (PDF) to see where the candidates stand.