Thursday, April 24, 2014

Make sure your name is on the record, Diane

Diane --

It took decades, and generations of organizers, fighting for it.

I'm proud to be the president who signed health care reform into law.

And I'm grateful to have had people like you working alongside me -- it's because of you that millions have health insurance today, some for the first time in their lives. No American should have to lose their coverage or go bankrupt just because they get sick.

That's peace of mind, and it's why so many of us fought for reform in the first place.

OFA is putting together a permanent record of the people who got the job done, a way to make sure the work you did is remembered for years to come.

You belong in the record books -- make sure your name appears on OFA's permanent record of the folks who helped make health care reform happen.

The numbers put it all in perspective.

More than 8 million Americans signed up for health insurance through the marketplace. Another 3 million young adults under 26 were able to stay on their parents' plans, millions more are now covered thanks to Medicaid expansion in the Affordable Care Act, and anyone who already had health insurance now has fundamental protections and benefits they can rely on.

That happened because people like you, Diane, got the word out. Whether you shared a note on Facebook and Twitter or helped out at an event in your community, it all made a difference.

This is your chance to make sure none of that work goes unnoticed.

Add your name, alongside mine, to OFA's permanent record of the folks who fought for health care reform:

I can't thank you enough,

Barack Obama

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