NY-18: Voter Guide

A comparison on the issues:

The Issues

Sean Patrick Maloney

Nan Hayworth

Health Insurance Coverage
Yes

Will protect insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.  [New York Times Editorial, 10/22/12]

No

Supports allowing insurance companies to deny coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. [HR 2, Vote #14, 1/19/11]

Women's Health
Yes

Will stand up to insurance companies and protect important women's health care. [New York Times Editorial, 10/22/12]

No

Backs a plan to cut off women’s access to cancer screening, maternity care, and birth control. [HR 2, Vote #14, 1/19/11]

Middle Class
Yes

Believes tax cuts for the middle class will support the economy. [New York Times Editorial, 10/22/12]

No

Backs tax cuts for the wealthy. [H Con Res. 34, Vote #277, 4/15/11]

Disaster Relief
Yes

Supported passage of The Sandy Disaster Relief Act. [ Press Release, 1/15/13]

No

Played political games and held up disaster assistance for struggling families. [New York Observer, 9/01/11]

Education
Yes

Voted to block doubling of student loan rates and make college more affordable for middle class families. [Press Release, 7/31/13]

No

Voted to cut billions from public schools, early childhood education and job training programs. [HR 1, Vote #147, 2/19/11].

Choice
Yes

Believes in a woman’s right to choose and fights to uphold Roe v. Wade. [Campaign Website - "Women and Families"]

No

Voted to defund Planned Parenthood. [HR 1, Vote 93, 2/18/11].

Voters don’t want Nan Hayworth’s Tea Party-type of politics.  Hayworth is out of touch with the middle class. Learn more about Hayworth's plans and House Majority PAC here: http://thehousemajoritypac.com

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