Yesterday, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz visited New Hampshire to talk to Granite Staters about what this election means for our seniors. The difference between the between President Obama's commitment to Medicare and Romney's plan to dismantle it couldn't be more stark.
"The choice for seniors in this election is clear. Barack Obama has worked to protect and build on Social Security for seniors. We have added years on to the life of Medicare, but Romney seems intent on shredding the security net that the President has worked so hard for. Medicare isn't a handout, it's a requirement for those who have spent their lives paying into something that would protect them at a time when they would need it the most."
Chair Wasserman Schultz managed to fit in a number of stops at offices to fire up volunteers.
"It's so fantastic that Chair Wasserman Schultz came out to Dover. It's great to have someone stop by and fire up the crowd. With just 26 days to go it was a poignant reminder of how important it is for us to work hard and commit as much time as we can to make sure we get another four years of progress." -- Pat
If you want to see another four more years of progress, then show you've got the President's back. Commit to vote right now.