Rothfus to Speak at Republican Convention About the Need to Save Medicare
Pittsburgh, PA – Keith Rothfus, Republican candidate for the Twelfth Congressional District of Pennsylvania, will be addressing the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Monday. Rothfus was invited to speak about his personal struggle with cancer and the importance of defending the doctor-patient relationship and saving Medicare for our seniors.
“I am honored and humbled to accept the invitation to speak on behalf of the citizens from Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District on the importance of defending our doctors, patients, and seniors from the threat of Obamacare,” Rothfus said. “As a cancer survivor, there is no subject more personal to me than our nation’s health. As a son with parents on Medicare, there is nothing more troubling to me than the $700 billion stolen from Medicare to pay for Obamacare. And as a southwestern Pennsylvanian, there is nothing more pressing than getting the people of Southwest PA back to work. We must do all we can to better our nation’s health care, defend and strengthen Medicare, and bring jobs back to the American people – I am excited to take Pennsylvania’s fight to the national level.”
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