From Andrew Romanoff <[email protected]>
Subject Watch our new ad 👁
Date June 3, 2020 4:43 PM
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It shouldn’t take a crisis to teach us our
health care system is broken.

If you have enough money, you can buy the best care in the world. If
you’re an insurance company, you can even buy Congress.

That’s the focus of our first TV ad, “Broken.” Watch it here:

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Our new ad goes up today, and we urgently need your help to keep it on the
air. Ballots drop on Monday, so we don’t have much time left.

[ [link removed] ]Will you rush a donation $5 or more to fund our ad right now?

Health care is a key issue in this race. I led the fight for
mental health in Colorado, and I’m the only candidate who supports
Medicare for All.

Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper not only oppose that plan (“socialism!”
they cry), they parrot the insurance industry’s arguments against it. But
their for-profit model is badly broken, and the pandemic has made it even
worse:

* Half a million families go bankrupt each year—and 35,000 people
die—because they can’t afford care.
* More than 72 million Americans find themselves uninsured or
underinsured.
* As many as 43 million more may soon lose their employer-sponsored
coverage.

That’s a disaster. [ [link removed] ]Please rush a
donation of $5 or more right now so that we can make this message loud and
clear.

When you’re fighting for your life, you shouldn’t have to worry about how
to pay for it.

[4]Andrew Romanoff

Andrew Romanoff
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