Floridians between the ages of 25 and 45 years old are in the prime of our lives. While we live through this terrible pandemic, the fear of becoming ill is on everyone’s mind. Donald Trump has never backed down from his intention to abolish the Affordable Care Act, and just this week (IN THE MIDDLE OF A PANDEMIC), he filed a lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to repeal the ACA.
With the enactment of Obamacare, more than 2 million Floridians were able to obtain health care coverage. If Trump is re-elected, those 2 million will likely lose their health insurance. If they have pre- existing conditions (and you can bet that COVID-19 will become a pre-existing condition), they may not be able to obtain any health plan at all, as that Obamacare guarantee will be gone. Biden’s goal is to fix its problems, expand it, and make it more affordable. Joe Biden’s years of public service demonstrate that he cares about the quality of our lives—not just our vote..
Some common life events that affect access to affordable health care:
- You reach 26, come off your parents’ plan and need to obtain your own coverage.
- You lose your job, you lose your coverage.
- You are employed by a company that doesn’t offer insurance.
- You start your own business.
- You get divorced, retire or move to another state.
Joe Biden Wants to Strengthen the Affordable Care Act, Not Repeal It.
The ACA isn’t perfect, but there’s no reason to throw the baby out with the bath water. Joe Biden wants to address the ACA’s problems and strengthen its core tenets. Learn more about Biden’s plan at https://joebiden.com/healthcare/.
Friends Don’t Let Friends NOT Vote!
The only way we can flip Florida blue this election is if we vote in huge numbers. Help a friend vote. Talk to them about how important their voice is this year. Know a young person who is eligible to vote for the first time? Talk with them about current events and make sure they vote early or show up at the polls on November 3.
With your help, we can and we will make a difference in our state, our country, and the world.
What Can You Do?
- Vote early!
- If you have a mail-in ballot, send it back immediately. It must arrive by Election Day or it will not be counted.
- Drop your mail-in ballot off at your Supervisor of Elections office OR any secure Early Voting dropbox in your county.
- Vote early in person! Click here for early voting days/hours/locations in your county.
- Vote for Joe Biden, and remind your friends and family to vote, too!
- If you do vote in person on November 3, you must go to your designated polling place. Find your poll location here.
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