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National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare Endorses Sherrod Brown’s Reelection

COLUMBUS, OH  – Today, the National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare (NCPSSM), a key Social Security advocacy group, endorsed Sherrod for reelection, citing his work to protect and strengthen Social Security for Ohioans. Max Richtman, President of the National Committee, endorsed Sherrod on a press conference call today and was also joined by Norm Wernet, President of the Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans.

“Ohioans know that when it comes to Social Security and Medicare, they can trust Sherrod Brown. He has a proven record of standing up against special interests and defending Ohioans’ earned benefits. These programs are too important to put at risk, which is why it is vitally important that the next Congress has Sherrod Brown’s vote, passion, and leadership,” said Richtman.

“Sherrod fights every day to protect all Ohio retirees and their savings, from introducing legislation that would strengthen Social Security, to saving the pensions of over 100,000 Ohioans, and fighting to make sure benefits keep up with the cost of living as we age,” said Wernet. “Ohioans trust Sherrod Brown to protect Social Security because they know he’ll always stand up for the Dignity of Work – the belief that every individual’s hard work should be rewarded, regardless of who you are or what you do.”

Sherrod has been a leader in the fight to protect Social Security and Medicare and has introduced legislation to strengthen Social Security and ensure benefits keep up with Ohioans’ cost of living. Sherrod has also opposed efforts to raise the retirement age or privatize Social Security. Sherrod also led the fight to restore the pensions of over 100,000 Ohioans through the Butch Lewis Act, named after an Ohio Teamster.

On Friday, Sherrod met with Ohioans to discuss his Social Security Fairness Act, which would ensure law enforcement officers, first responders, and teachers receive their full Social Security benefits.

Media can download audio of the press conference call HERE.