Welcome to Demand Universal Healthcare!

Does America need Healthcare for All? DUH! 

As 2019 brings harder struggles to all but the wealthy, polls show that healthcare is the number one issue on the minds of American voters, that over 70% of Americans favor "Medicare for All," including at least 52% of Republicans. With the 116th Congress now controlled by Democrats in the House, including a freshman class NOT bought by corporate money, we have a realistic chance to move a bill forward.

Whatever the next year brings, we must welcome ALL those who are committed to seeing the U.S. provide healthcare - as defined in H.R. 1364 - to everyone residing here. We welcome gratefully the Republicans, members of the FB page Republicans for Single Payer and others. We must be united and relentless in our demand, no matter our political affiliation, our physical ability, or the methods we employ to amplify our DEMAND for UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE!

This is our time - JOIN US in making it an historic one!

Endorsements

And so it begins. Endorsed candidates from Alabama and Arkansas were announced in November and on December 2, candidates from DUH's home state were endorsed. California, Texas and the candidate endorsed for the special election to Elijah Cummings' seat in Maryland's 7th District will be next on the 9th and 10th

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Bernie's Latest Ad

There are several great new ads, but this one brought me to tears. As much BS that Trump and Repubs have thrown at Warren about her Native American ancestry (DNA showed there was some 6-10 generations ago - obviously it's been diluted since then), you'd think she would've reached out to tribal leaders, at least. But no, as far as I know Bernie is the only candidate who has met Native American people in small towns, on the res, and in D. C. I find the few languages I've heard (Lakota, Navajo, Cherokee so far) to be beautiful and I hope the young ones will have elders to speak, teach and pass them on!

Bernie's Ads (newest on top, left to right)