Letter to the Editor

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To the Editor,

Access to affordable health care and prescription medicine is one of the most important issues in the upcoming state elections. If it is important to you, you need to be informed regarding the candidates’ position on health care for Wisconsin residents.

To be an informed voter is not easy. Many individuals and organizations have distributed information that is misleading, incomplete or false.

A Wisconsin organization (PATH) provides nonpartisan, truthful information and analysis on health care. PATH’s focus is healthcare in Wisconsin. PATH seeks to provide both facts and truth: facts regarding all aspects of health care as well as truthful conclusions about healthcare and health insurance based on careful research and evidence rather than on whim or party politics. We wish to promote accountability, transparency, and accuracy among healthcare providers, health insurance companies, and makers of public healthcare policy. We have also carefully compiled information provided by political candidates, included some questions to ask candidates about health insurance, and offered our analysis of the positions taken by candidates.

I urge you to visit our web site at http://www.path-wi.org or contact us at [email protected].

Be an informed voter this fall. Vote for candidates who support your interest regarding access to affordable health care and prescription medicine.


Glenn Potts

PATH member

River Falls, WI