It’s been almost eight months since Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate, and they’ve made their mark on American politics.
They’ve done so by taking control of both houses of Congress, the governorships and the White House, all without the votes needed to enact any major legislative changes.
Here are three steps that can help you win back the House of Representatives, as well as the Senate, on November 8.1.
Take a stand for the middle classThe American middle class is struggling.
Its unemployment rate is almost 14% and the median income for working families is $51,500.
That’s far from the top in the industrialized world, but the median wage has stagnated for decades.
So what can we do about that?
The middle class deserves a voice in the Senate and, for that, they deserve a seat at the table.
A majority of Americans want to hear from you about what you think, but it’s not enough to simply say, “I agree with you” when you disagree with the ideas you are supporting.
This is the best way to make the American middle classes voices heard.2.
Protect Medicare and MedicaidMedicare and Medicaid are two of the largest investments made by the United States in our health care system.
For decades, these programs have helped tens of millions of Americans and their families afford health insurance and help make our healthcare system better.
If you care about Medicare and the Medicaid programs, you should vote to protect these vital investments.
For example, we need to provide more choice and lower costs to Medicare patients, as part of a national effort to get the nation’s costs under control.
That includes ensuring that our seniors have access to the care they need, and ensuring that Medicare patients get quality, affordable coverage for the rest of their lives.3.
Stop blocking Medicare and Medicare benefitsThe current Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with a “skinny repeal” of the law is a dangerous and dangerous step backward.
That means the GOP’s plan will leave millions of Medicare beneficiaries without the ability to buy health insurance, or even the coverage they need.
Medicare is the lifeline of our economy.
It’s where the vast majority of the American people live and work.
To dismantle Medicare would be a betrayal of this most important investment in our country.
The American people know that it is their health and safety that are our highest priorities, and that’s why they voted for President Donald Trump in 2016.
And they will continue to do so if they see the Republican plans for Medicaid and Medicare as a betrayal.4.
Make it more affordable and effectiveFor decades, Democrats and the left have fought against the need to increase Medicare costs.
For years, they’ve won.
And for decades, we’ve seen the American economy expand, our wages rise and our economy become more competitive.
The only way to fix that is to ensure that seniors have affordable, high-quality health insurance so that they can take full advantage of the benefits they’ve earned.
But now that Republicans have won the Senate on their own, they want to take that fight to Medicare and to Medicaid.
In order to win, they must stop the bipartisan plan to end Medicare and raise premiums on seniors, as a way of giving the Republicans a competitive advantage over the Democrats.5.
Stop the bleedingThe American people have a lot of confidence in their healthcare system.
It has saved hundreds of millions in healthcare costs and saved millions more for seniors.
But right now, the Republicans are blocking Medicare, and it’s killing our economy by making it more expensive to care for our seniors.
If they’re successful in repealing the Affordable Health Care Act, they will also be able to stop the bleeding.
They will have to stop this reckless and expensive policy that will make Medicare and other healthcare systems less effective and more expensive for seniors and their dependents.
This would be the right thing to do.6.
Stop undermining the ACA and the Affordable care actAs a result of their failed efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Healthcare Act, millions of older Americans have lost access to affordable health care, and many seniors are being forced to delay getting Medicare coverage.
We must end this dangerous and reckless attempt to repeal Medicare and start a new era of affordable health coverage for seniors through the AffordableCare Act.7.
Stop attacking the ACA The American Health Care Association, which represents doctors and hospitals, has urged senators to oppose any efforts to cut Medicare or Medicaid.
The AHA and its many members have already lost millions of dollars in tax revenue from their memberships and are already facing significant financial pressures.
We need to ensure their voices are heard in the debate.
The Senate should stop this dangerous, reckless and unpopular repeal.8.
Stop killing jobsThe American Health Plan, which includes a number of provisions that the Senate should oppose, is an excellent way to help the American workers who rely on the health care that Medicare and our other programs provide.
But the GOP plan to dismantle the Affordable, and replace them