Elizabeth Edwards meets with Healthcare Professionals and Advocates

Elizabeth discussed John Edwards' plan for universal health care as Gov. Lynch and the state of New Hampshire fight the Bush Administration to keep New Hampshire children enrolled in Healthy Kids

(Manchester, NH) – Today, Elizabeth Edwards finished a two-day New Hampshire campaign swing, meeting with health care professionals, health care advocates and voters at Graniteroots house parties and town halls to discuss John Edwards’ plan to provide truly universal health care.

“When our president is fighting tooth and nail to cut off health care coverage for children in New Hampshire and across the nation, it’s clear we need big, bold changes,” said Elizabeth. “John was the first candidate to propose truly universal health care, and his leadership has put universal health care front and center for every Democratic candidate in this race.”

This morning, Elizabeth discussed health care with Manchester's WGIR radio and foreign policy issues with Concord's WKXL. She ended her visit to the state discussing health care with with voters at the home of State Representative Susi Nord and attending the 'Women Making a Difference' forum in Amherst.