Luetkemeyer has run a campaign filled with deceit, but also avoidance. Today, the Baker campaign gets creative and shows why Luetkemeyer’s opposition to price negotiations of Rx drugs hurts seniors and the taxpayers:

Blaine Luetkemeyer, a candidate for United States Congress, is unable or refuses to answer questions about allowing Medicare Part D to negotiate with drug companies to lower prices for seniors and save hundreds of billions of dollars for the taxpayers. If Blaine was in Congress and refused to vote on this bill, the taxpayers would pay an extra $234,833,659 per day for a total cost of over $5 billion dollars since Judy Baker proposed the initiative.

"Blaine Luetkemeyer refuses to answer a direct question about why he will not negotiate for drug prices at a time when the United States needs major savings," Baker spokesperson Paul Tencher said. "His response from his contracted political gun will probably bash Judy Baker, but Missourians see right through his avoidance. Blaine you are either for price negotiation or against it. Choose the tax payers and seniors or choose the drug companies."

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