Nov. 2, 2018 – Slinger, WI – I support Leah Vukmir for U.S. Senate because Leah supports the same ideals as Wisconsin’s Senator Ron Johnson.
Leah will work alongside Ron Johnson to remove Obamacare. The bill to repeal and replace Obamacare lost last summer by one vote. Leah Vukmir and Ron Johnson support free-market solutions that reduce premiums. They would allow insurers to offer a wider variety of plans that fit the demands of patients and families, not government central planners. Johnson and Vukmir both support allowing individuals to buy insurance across state lines, increasing competition and choice.
Both reject the healthcare bill called “Medicare For All” that would eliminate private insurance plans, employer group plans, Medicaid, and Medicare in favor of a single payer government run healthcare plan.
Vukmir and Senator Johnson support guaranteed coverage for pre-existing conditions.
In the U.S. Senate, along with Ron Johnson, Leah Vukmir will support construction of a wall on the southern border and efforts to crack down on illegal immigration as well as opposition to sanctuary cities.
Leah is in favor of the tax cuts that Ron Johnson voted for. Like Johnson, Vukmir is a conservative who supports a Balanced Budget Amendment and a simplified tax code that lowers tax rates and increases competition with other nations.
The choice is clear. Leah will bring the Wisconsin-way to Washington D.C. Her proven record while serving the state assembly and senate brought Wisconsin’s economy to the success we enjoy today.
I urge voters to elect Leah Vukmir to US Senate, a conservative like Senator Ron Johnson.
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