Nov. 6, 2018 U.S. Senate

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For Joe Manchin, It's All About West Virginia

The Journal
JANUARY 15, 2017
Manchin Focused on
Bipartisan Goals

Compare Joe Manchin And Patrick Morrisey
On Issues Important To West Virginians

Joe Manchin took the lead in the U.S. Senate to ensure that 800,000 West Virginians with pre-existing medical conditions would not lose their existing health insurance coverage. Joe won't stop fighting to protect people with pre-existing conditions, and he won't let the big insurance companies deny coverage to West Virginians. Joe is a true West Virginian who will always do what's best far our state.
Patrick Morrisey chose to side with the big insurance companies who have given him thousands in campaign contributions instead of West Virginians with pre-existing health conditions. Morrisey joined a lawsuit that would allow insurance companies to deny coverage far the 800,000 West Virginians who have pre-existing conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, or heart disease.
Roll Call
JULY 5, 2018
Morrisey had "no reservations" about the suit. .. that would effectively end protections for people with pre-existing conditions

Joe was successful in removing 1.1 billion highly addictive pills from the market by rescheduling their classification, making it much more difficult far immoral doctors and pharmacists to unnecessarily prescribe and dispense these dangerous drugs to addicts. Joe has called far giving law enforcement the tools they need to crack down on suspicious pill shipments. But we must go further – Joe will push far more funding far addiction prevention, treatment, law enforcement, and holding drug companies accountable.
As Attorney General, Patrick Morrisey took the side of the drug manufacturers he once lobbied far when he chose not to hold them accountable far flooding our communities with pills, making West Virginia ground zero far the opioid epidemic that is destroying lives. Drug distributors shipped over 200 million pills to West Virginia but Morrisey settled with his former clients far just pennies on the dallar. Joe's work has taken over 1 billion opioids off of the street. Morrisey's work has only helped the opioid industry.
NOVEMBER 4, 2017
Floods of money from lawyers and lobbyists tied to the pharmaceutical industry are fueling Patrick Morrisey's campaign for the U.S. Senate

Joe Manchin stood up far our educators and students during the teachers' strike, when he encouraged the state legislature to stop playing political games and agree to a bipartisan compromise that gave educators a much deserved raise and got our children back into the classroom.
Patrick Morrisey called the teachers' strike illegal, and threatened to end the strike by suing educators and forcing them back to work without a raise or better benefits. Morrisey tried to throw striking teachers in jail.
West Virginia Record
February 22, 2018
Morrisey Again Calls Teacher, School Personnel Walkout Illegal

Joe Manchin's a straight shooter, a true West Virginian. Manchin is rated as one of the most centrist, independent members of the United States Senate. He always tries to work with both parties to get things done. He works with President Trump when he does what's right for West Virginia, and he stands up to the President when he's wrong. Joe's always been one of us, and he's always done what's best for West Virginia.

Joe's Top Priorities:

■  Creating good-paying jobs
■  Keeping our promises to our veterans
■  Establishing skills training centers
■  Preserving Medicare and Social Security
■  Ending the opioid epidemic
■  Securing the pensions of coal miners

Paid for by WVDP


Ed. - Also from the WVDP these cards:
Joe Manchin will always protect Social Security and Medicare.
Patrick Morrisey wants to cut Medicare and Social Security, and allow insurance companies to deny coverage for people with pre-exisiting conditions.

Joe Manchin will always stood with West Virginia educators and children
* Joe supports #55United because our educators deserve respect. Joe has always supported teachers, service personnel, and administrators.
* As Governor, Joe raised beginning educator salaries by 24 percent in 2009, filled in the steps for annual salaries and ensured that educators receive their guaranteed pension that they have earned upon retirement.