Pro-ACA ad cam­paign hits states rep­re­sented by swing sen­a­tors

The Washington Times Daily - - NATION - — Sally Per­sons

A group work­ing to pre­serve the Af­ford­able Care Act has put ma­jor dol­lars be­hind ra­dio ads in four states.

Save My Care, the group work­ing to pre­serve for­mer Pres­i­dent Barack Obama’s sig­na­ture health care law, put six fig­ures be­hind the spots in Alaska, Maine, Nevada and West Vir­ginia. The ads fo­cus on ru­ral com­mu­ni­ties’ ac­cess to af­ford­able health care and name-checks the Repub­li­can se­na­tor from each state as a “de­cid­ing vote.”

The Maine spot says in part, “Be­hind closed doors in Wash­ing­ton, they’re work­ing in se­cret to rush through a health care re­peal bill that will dev­as­tate health care for Maine fam­i­lies, hit­ting our ru­ral com­mu­ni­ties and hos­pi­tals the hard­est. But it can’t pass with­out Se­na­tor [Su­san M.] Collins. She’ll be a de­cid­ing vote.”

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