Touring the Buckeye State with Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Former Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius joined the Drive for Our Lives bus tour on Wednesday for two events in her home state, Ohio.

Throughout the day, Secretary Sebelius documented her trip by taking over the Save My Care Instagram account. Check out her favorite moments from the day here.

First stop? Secretary Sebelius’s hometown, Cincinnati. Watch our entire Cincinnati event here.

In Cincinnati, we were joined by Mayor John Cranley, who explained how the Affordable Care Act had impacted folks across his city and committed to continue working to expand affordable health care.

After our Cincinnati event, we hit the road and drove to Dayton, Ohio, where we were joined by Mayor Nan Whaley. The last time Mayor Whaley and Secretary Sebelius were together, they were at a local library signing up Daytonians for the Affordable Care Act!

Mayor Whaley explained the importance of continuing to call your legislators—both locally and nationally—and telling them to support the Affordable Care Act.

Watch our entire Dayton event here.

Afterwards, Secretary Sebelius, Mayor Whaley, and Amy, a local Ohio organizer, sat down for a Facebook Live Bus Talk to get down to the nitty gritty and discuss how the Affordable Care Act has impacted the lives of Ohioans. Watch the Bus Talk below—then find out when we’re stopping in a city near you here.

Former Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius and Mayor Nan Whaley are live in Dayton, Ohio for a Bus Talk. Tune in:

Posted by Save My Care on Wednesday, August 23, 2017