LIKE WARREN-BROWN: CAVARETTA CALLS ON OPPONENT TO DEBATES ON JOBS, HEALTH CARE & A FASTER MASSDOT

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STOW – Certified Teacher Dean Cavaretta, Republican candidate for the Massachusetts State Senate, today called upon his Democratic opponent to debate jobs, state health care and transportation issues.

“My Opponent owes us an explanation why he continues to support a VT or Canadian-style health care system for Massachusetts when he knows such a massive expansion of government would bankrupt our state,” said Cavaretta.

“Our cities and towns lack the Local Aid they need to deliver essential services, and our state transportation network is in need of faster project delivery. Yet, he insists on imposing an unworkable health care system coined ‘MA Medicare for-All’ that he knows would put us even further behind.  We have a responsibility to save Medicare for seniors first.”

As part of his campaign, Cavaretta has proposed lowering health care premiums by allowing health insurers to compete across state lines. He also supports improving choice and affordability with differently tailored plans for small businesses and individuals within the Massachusetts Health Connector.  

On state transportation, Cavaretta has proposed setting the goal of making all Mass. infrastructure projects take six years or less and transform the state’s Project Delivery Process, akin to pilot reforms he previously worked on with Governor Patrick’s 8-year, Accelerated Bridge Program.

“The Health Connector is a bipartisan framework within the private marketplace, and I support it,” said Cavaretta.  “The exchange can be improved without imposing mandates.  On transportation, I’ll insist on performance based management and on-time delivery because reforming state transportation is central to our Economic Recovery,” said Cavaretta.  I’ve already done this at MassDOT and in the private sector, and will use my experience to get better results for our communities.”

As part of his challenge, Cavaretta has proposed that the two 2012 candidates debate at a public forums to be held in the District sometime in the next 2-3 months.

Cavaretta is the Republican candidate for the Massachusetts State Senate in the Middlesex and Worcester District, which includes the towns of Acton, Boxborough, Littleton, Ayer, Shirley, Devens, Harvard, Stow, Maynard, Hudson, Marlborough, Southborough, Westborough, Northborough (Precinct 3) and Sudbury (Precincts 2 & 3).

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