This chapter focuses on the relationship between health and political representation: in other words, how well decision makers reflect the interests of different segments of society, including those groups that suffer from poor health or disabilities. J. Pacheco and J. Fletcher describe how such a situation would look in relation to health: "Compared to unhealthy, if healthy people are more likely to turn out and have systematically different policy preferences or predispositions. S. Robert and B.C. Booske noticed that those who rated their health as fair or poor were less likely to say that a person's health practices have a very strong effect on health. The chapter examines onto the consequences of health disparities for democratic outcomes by examining how different health groups are represented in democratic politics. It also examines attitude congruence with health-related issues between citizens with various health statuses and both elected and non-elected candidates in the 2015 Finnish parliamentary elections.