A coalition of pro-ObamaCare advocacy groups is launching an ad blitz targeting vulnerable Republicans who backed the GOP healthcare plan.
The group, Save My Care, is launching a $500,000-plus TV ad campaign, Politico reported.
The targets of the campaign include Reps. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), Bruce Poliquin (R-Maine), Don YoungDon YoungPro-ObamaCare groups target Republicans who voted for GOP healthcare plan The Hill’s Whip List: 19 GOP no votes on new ObamaCare replacement bill Report: Ryan pleaded on one knee for ObamaCare repeal vote MORE (R-Alaska), Mark AmodeiMark AmodeiPro-ObamaCare groups target Republicans who voted for GOP healthcare plan Live coverage: Trump, GOP take victory lap after ObamaCare repeal vote GOP flashes stop sign at Trump on gas tax MORE (R-Nev.) and Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.).
An online version of the ads will go after another 19 Republicans, according to Politico.
The ad says the swing-district lawmakers repealed “healthcare” and supported a “disastrous” bill.
“McSally voted to raise your costs and cut coverage for millions, to let insurance companies deny affordable coverage for cancer treatment and maternity care, and charge 5 times more for people over 50,” a male narrator says in an ad targeting McSally.
“McSally voted yes even though the bill makes coverage completely unaffordable to people with pre-existing conditions,” the ad continues. “Congresswoman McSally, how could you do this to us?”
The House last week narrowly passed legislation aimed at repealing and replacing the former president’s signature healthcare legislation.
Pro-ObamaCare groups target Republicans who voted for GOP healthcare plan