3 Red States Voted to Expand Medicaid in the Midterm Elections. Here’s Why

In three states considered to be Republican territory, voters cast their ballots for something often thought of as decidedly Democrat: Medicaid expansion.

Medicaid expansion initiatives were approved by voters in Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah. In total, those changes will likely cover over 300,000 low-income adults in those red states. Medicaid coverage would provide healthcare to roughly 62,000 adults in Idaho, 90,000 adults in Nebraska, and 150,000 adults in Utah, according to The Daily Beast.


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