Amy Loudenbeck voted against covering pre-existing conditions

Amy Loudenbeck voted to allow insurers to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions, to cancel coverage after an enrollee gets sick, and enforce lifetime benefit limits if federal health care protections are removed.₁

On the floor of the State Assembly, she’s voted against requiring pre-existing conditions coverage₂, against programs that would help our veterans get the healthcare they need₃, and against laws that allow you to care for your loved ones when they battle illnesses like cancer₄. She’s even voted against covering more Wisconsinites for less money because her party bosses told her to₅.

As politicians in Washington continue to chip away at the Affordable Care Act, Amy Loudenbeck refuses to stand up and take care of our community’s health. She put corporate profits ahead of protections for you.

Amy Loudenbeck isn’t protecting your healthcare. She’s playing politics and trying to protect her political career instead.

We can’t trust Amy Loudenbeck

Amy Loudenbeck is a rubber stamp for her party bosses.

Instead of working to find solutions that are the best for us, Loudenbeck has been a partisan extremist in Madison. She’s voted with her party bosses more than 98% of the time.

She’s no moderate - she’s a rubber stamp.

Amy Loudenbeck Is against open government.

She voted to keep secrets from the public and to take away your right to know what is happening in her office₉.

She even voted to make it harder to prosecute corrupt politicians₁₀.

Her record is clear - she doesn’t want you to know what she’s up to in Madison.

Amy Loudenbeck voted against our children

Loudenbeck voted for the biggest cuts to public education in state history

That vote hurt our kid’s educations in order to serve an extreme political agenda. While she claims to support schools, Loudenbeck has voted for policies that slashed per student funding while Wisconsinites are forced to pay more in property taxes so that they could fund their local schools₇.