I CAN'T AFFORD TO GET SICK, I'M VOTING FOR NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE

I CAN'T AFFORD TO GET SICK, I'M VOTING FOR NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE
Title
I CAN'T AFFORD TO GET SICK, I'M VOTING FOR NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE
Date 
1947-1948
Medium 
Plastic, metal
Dimensions 
Diameter: 2 in. (5.1 cm)
Description 
Top half, red on white, text: "I CAN'T / AFFORD TO / GET SICK." Bottom half, white on red. "I'M VOTING FOR / NATIONAL HEALTH / INSURANCE."
Credit Line 
Gift of Ted and Eileen Rowland
Object Number 
2011.40.3
Gallery Label 
Despite virulent attacks that a national health insurance program was akin to "socialized medicine," President Harry S. Truman made a single comprehensive national health care program a key point in his 1947-48 presidential campaign.
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group