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Here Are the Healthcare Leaders Running in the 2018 Midterms

By Jack O'Brien  
   April 25, 2018

HealthLeaders has compiled a list of physicians, nurses, surgeons, and healthcare executives competing in numerous races during this midterm election cycle. 

 

Senate races:

 

Gov. Rick Scott, R-Fla., running for U.S. Senate against Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson.

 

State Rep. Omeria Scott, D-Miss., running for the Democratic nomination in U.S. Senate race to replace outgoing Republican incumbent Thad Cochran.

  • Scott works as a nursing home administrator.

 

Former Gov. Phil Bredesen, D-Tenn., running for the Democratic nomination in U.S. Senate race to replace outgoing Republican incumbent Bob Corker.

  • Bredesen founded HealthAmerica Corp., an insurance company that he sold his controlling interest in 1986.

 

Michelle Griffin, R-Ariz., running for the Republican nomination in U.S. Senate race to replace outgoing Republican incumbent Jeff Flake.

  • Griffin is a consultant who was been involved with non-discrimination in healthcare issues.

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Jack O'Brien is the finance editor at HealthLeaders. 


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