Saturday, August 25, 2007

Romney Week in Review

August 24, 2007

This week, in a speech to the Florida Medical Association, Governor Mitt Romney unveiled a bold plan to improve the American health care system by putting conservative, market-based principles to work.

Governor Romney's health care reform plan is a comprehensive solution to America's health care ills that expands access to affordable, portable, quality, private health insurance.

Rather than relying on a one-size-fits-all, government-run system, Governor Romney's plan recognizes the importance of the role of the states in leading reform and the need for innovation in dealing with rising health care costs and the problem of the uninsured.

Watch excerpts from Governor Romney's speech on Mitt TV now!

Then click here to read the Policy Briefing detailing Governor Romney's plan.

Governor Romney's conservative, market-based plan to encourage states to reform health care directly contrasts with Senator Hillary Clinton's call for big-government "universal healthcare" – a rehash of her failed HillaryCare proposal from the 1990s. Click here to read more about this contrast in a newly issued "Romney Vision vs. The Democrats."

Also, this week, the campaign launched Rally for Romney, a new nationwide grassroots fundraising initiative designed to mobilize and empower volunteers across the country to build support at the grassroots level.

Rally for Romney eliminates the high-dollar attendance barrier of typical fundraising events and gives supporters the ability to come together and form a "fundraising team." The team will set a fundraising goal and work together to meet the goal before the Rally in their city. Recruitment for team captains and team members begin today. Click here to learn more about Rally for Romney and sign up for an upcoming fundraising call day in your area.

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