All Oregonians Deserve Access to Healthcare

Whether you work in a coffee shop or at a construction site, you should be able to access the health care that you need at a price that you can afford. With Ballot Measure 101, we will be closer to realizing that than ever before: 95 percent of Oregonians and all children will have access to healthcare if Ballot Measure 101 passes in Oregon’s January Special Election. Together, we can make Oregon a healthier place.

Measure 101 will be on Oregon’s January Special Election Ballot

Measure 101 protects healthcare coverage for one in four Oregonians, including 400,000 kids. No matter where you live or work, or what your job is, you should be able to see a doctor or nurse and get medication when you’re sick, and it shouldn’t bankrupt you. Measure 101 holds down costs and  is an important step to make basic healthcare affordable and accessible to every Oregonian.

What You Need To Know About Oregon’s January Special Election

All Oregonians deserve healthcare. Healthcare should be a right, not a privilege for selected people. Your income shouldn’t determine whether you can visit a doctor or nurse or get medicine when you’re sick. Measure 101 ensures that more hard-working Oregonians have healthcare they can afford

Ballot Measure 101 will be voted on by Oregonians this January. Ballots will be delivered by mail to registered Oregon voters the first week of January, and are due by January 23. Voting yes on Measure 101 means protecting healthcare for Oregon families – including 400,000 children, as well as seniors and people with disabilities – who otherwise couldn’t afford a doctor’s visit and are often forced to go to the emergency room when they get sick.

Voting Yes on Ballot Measure 101 means

  • All Oregon kids will have healthcare

  • 95 percent of Oregonians will have access to healthcare

  • 210,000 Oregonians will see lower premiums