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Ray Clatworthy on Health Care

2002 Republican Senate Challenger (DE)


No additional federal funding for health care

Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "More federal funding for health care"?

Clatworthy responds, "strongly oppose."

Source: Email interview on 2010 Senate race with OnTheIssues.org Mar 2, 2009

Drug benefit in Medicare, now

As Delaware’s Senator, he would diligently work to put an end to the stalemate in Washington over the creation of a prescription drug benefit as a part of Medicare. “This is a perfect example of what’s wrong in Washington,” said Clatworthy. “Everybody says that seniors need a prescription drug benefit, but when it’s time to make things happen, they let partisan politics get in the way of important progress. As a small businessman, I will say let’s sit down, work out our differences and pass something that will help the people. The time has come to end the political games in Washington and elect leaders that will do their jobs and pass some meaningful legislation.“
Source: ClatworthyForSenate.com, “It’s Time to Protect our Seniors” Sep 13, 2002

Other candidates on Health Care: Ray Clatworthy on other issues:
DE Gubernatorial:
Jack Markell
DE Senatorial:
Chris Coons
Tom Carper

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