Christina Bohannan

Iowa’s 1st (IA - 01)

Updated: August 3, 2022

Overview

Mariannette Miller-Meeks is beholden to Washington special interests.  Whether it’s gas, food, or prescription prices, Miller-Meeks takes their money and puts their interests first — over people. 

Summary

When it comes to inflation and gas prices, IA-01 Voters need to see on broadcast and cable in the Quad Cities, Cedar Rapids, and Des Moines media markets, as well as in the mail and on OTT and digital: (BACK UP)

  • Mariannette Miller-Meeks is beholden to Washington special interests — she’s taken over $3 million from them.
  • No wonder Miller-Meeks refused to crack down on big oil, drug companies, and price-gouging corporations that continue to unfairly jack up prices.
  • Miller-Meeks opposed a gas tax freeze — even though gas prices continue to soar as oil companies reap record profits.

When it comes to prescription drugs and healthcare, IA-01 Voters need to see on broadcast and cable in the Quad Cities, Cedar Rapids, and Des Moines media markets, as well as in the mail and on OTT and digital: (BACK UP)

  • Mariannette Miller-Meeks is beholden to Washington special interests.  She’s taken over $3 million from them.
  • Miller-Meeks blamed the rising cost of health care on Medicare, but opposed allowing Medicare to negotiate for lower drug prices.
  • Worse, Miller-Meeks wrote a radical plan that would end health care as we know it and wanted to do away with employer-based health insurance — driving up costs on Iowa families.  Miller-Meeks even wanted to raise the retirement age.

When it comes to abortion, IA-01 Voters need to see on broadcast and cable in the Quad Cities, Cedar Rapids, and Des Moines media markets, as well as in the mail and on OTT and digital: (BACK UP)

  • Mariannette Miller-Meeks calls herself “100% pro-life.”
  • She supports overturning Roe v. Wade and outlawing abortion — even in the cases of rape, incest, and to save the life of the mother.
  • If Miller-Meeks had her way, doctors and nurses could be punished — putting people’s health and reproductive rights in danger.

When it comes to outsourcing jobs, IA-01 Voters need to see on broadcast and cable in the Quad Cities, Cedar Rapids, and Des Moines media markets, as well as in the mail and on OTT and digital: (BACK UP)

  • Mariannette Miller-Meeks has a disturbing record when it comes to outsourcing American jobs. 
  • As president of a medical organization, Miller-Meeks hired a company that used cheap foreign labor — instead of American workers.
  • In Congress, Miller-Meeks took over $3 million from Washington special interests.  No wonder she supported special tax breaks for corporations shipping American jobs overseas.
  • And while in Congress, Miller-Meeks refused to protect American manufacturers from unfair competition from China.

Additional Resources

  • Tone should be matter-of-fact, well-sourced, and not over the top.

Mariannette Miller-Meeks Research Book




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