Health Care Is on the Ballot

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Friends,

One of these states is not like the other.

Gov. Parson hasn’t done anything to stop rising cases, hospitalizations, and deaths – and we can plainly see where that’s gotten us.

But remember, he failed us long before coronavirus came along.

Last year, he kicked 100,000 Missouri kids off their health insurance. Seven rural hospitals were closed. And his administration is suing to strike down the ACA and end coverage for Missourians with pre-existing conditions. 

Make no mistake – health care is on the ballot. 

But with your help, we can send the Governor into retirement and keep the GOP’s hands off our health care. Can you chip in $10 or $20 right now to make sure Missouri families stay protected and covered?

Our next leader has a true crisis to handle the moment she is sworn into office. So we’re treating each of these last 20 days like Election Day because we know what we could lose with 4 more years of Republican “leadership.” 

We’re on the cusp of an upset victory that will make national headlines – but only if we’re all in this fight together. Pitch in $10 and let’s finish the job.

Thank you!

-Missouri Democratic Party


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The Missouri Democratic Party holds the distinction of being the oldest political party in the United States established west of the Mississippi River. For the last century, we’ve led the fight for working families. Today, we’re organizing in communities across Missouri to protect and build on our progress.

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