That’s why we are asking supporters to protect healthcare for our families by voting Yes on Measure 101 in the January 23rd Special Election. Measure 101 will protect healthcare coverage for one in four Oregonians, including 400,000 children and working families who rely on health insurance to cover basic things like doctor visits, preventative screenings, and medication.
It shouldn’t matter whether you work at a family restaurant, a nail salon or a big corporation, you should be able to afford the care that you need. APANO’s members have advocated over the last 10 years to expand healthcare -- to #MendtheGap for our most vulnerable -- so that everyone has a chance to thrive. We are organizing to save the progress we’ve made to cover immigrant children, women, LGTBQ persons, COFA Pacific Islanders, and their families. If Measure 101 doesn’t pass, it’s vulnerable Oregonians who will be hurt the most.
APANO is proud to join over 100 different groups endorsing Measure 101. We don't have much time left until election day on January 23rd and we are quickly mobilizing our members and volunteers to take action with us. Please join us in this important effort to protect healthcare. Whether you are a student, a healthcare professional, a caretaker, or a community member who cares about protecting healthcare, we all have a role in making Oregon a better place for our families and communities of color.
We believe in the power of participation, shaping narratives, and organizing with our communities to create change. Thank you for being part of our efforts! For general information or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org