The Coverage Corner Blog Keeps Voters Informed on Health Insurance Reform Plans of Presidential Candidates

by Lesley Politi on November 4, 2008

The Coverage Corner Blog Keeps Voters Informed on Health Insurance Reform Plans of Presidential Candidates

Throughout the Primary and General Presidential Election of 2008, Health Insurance Blog The Coverage Corner Has Detailed the Medical Insurance Reform Proposals From Each Candidate; The Coverage Corner Also Keeps Readers Updated on the Latest Health Insurance and Health Care News From the 2008 Campaign Trail

Last update: 9:09 a.m. EST Nov. 3, 2008
CHICAGO, IL, Nov 03, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) — There’s no doubt this year’s presidential election has been a turning point in American history. Not only have we nominated the first African-American as a major party’s presidential candidate, we have also nominated the first woman to a Republican presidential ticket.
But the importance of this election goes even further beyond these historical nominations. Among the many critical issues our country faces, two of the biggest are our broken health care system and 45 million Americans who are living without medical insurance.
From the beginning of the primary season during this election, health care and health insurance reform has been a top issue for Americans. Health care was even the number one domestic issue for voters when the primary campaign began. Now with the economic downturn, Americans are especially worried how they will be able to find health insurance quotes and pay for their health care costs.
The presidential candidates have made bold promises during their campaigns on how they would fix the health care system — and have spent millions on advertising their proposals. Whoever is elected, a broad health system reform in the U.S. could go in one of two very different directions. And the candidates also have fundamental differences in how they would reduce the number of uninsured.
The Coverage Corner health insurance blog ( at has been following the candidates’ health care and health insurance policy differences every step of the way on the campaign trail.
At The Coverage Corner, voters can get campaign updates on health policy and take a closer look at the reform proposals from the Democratic candidate, U.S. Senator Barack Obama, and the Republican candidate, U.S. Senator John McCain. In addition, the GoHealth Insurance blog stays on top of the latest health insurance news all around the country.
“The candidates have closely detailed where they stand on health care and health insurance reform,” said Brandon Cruz, President and CTO of Norvax, Inc., the parent company of “The Coverage Corner has kept a close eye on the health care issues so voters can see the differences between the Republican and the Democrat and make their own judgments.”
GoHealth Insurance has also created a website devoted exclusively to the health insurance platforms of the presidential candidates at
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