KENOSHA– First District U.S. Congressional candidate Robert Zerban released the following statement Tuesday in response to Republican and Independent voters’ rejection of Representative Paul Ryan’s plan to end Medicare in the Democratic victory in New York’s 26th Congressional District special election:
“Tonight it is clear that Representative Paul Ryan’s plan to end Medicare is the wrong choice for our families, and we will not stand for it. Voters in New York’s 26th Congressional District rejected Paul Ryan’s backward vision of America that puts our seniors at risk. If New Yorkers don’t want Medicare replaced with a voucher plan, you can be sure that families here in Wisconsin’s First District will have something to say in the next election. Wisconsinites put our trust in Paul Ryan only to be sold out to special interests.
“I’d like to congratulate New York’s new Democratic Congresswoman Kathy Hochul for winning this strongly-held Republican district. We have our work cut out for us to put our nation back on track, but ordinary people have spoken up tonight to say, “Hands off our Medicare, Paul Ryan.””