On Anniversary of ‘Skinny Repeal’ Failure, Ads Will Remind North Dakotans About Cramer’s Hyper-Partisan Health Care Vote
(Bismarck, ND) – Ahead of the one-year anniversary of the failure of ‘skinny repeal’ in the Senate, today the North Dakota Dem-NPL is launching Google search advertisements highlighting Congressman Cramer’s vote for, and support of, his party’s dangerous health care agenda that would have spiked premiums and stripped away coverage for thousands of North Dakotans.
The Google search ads will reach North Dakota voters across the state who are searching for information about health care or Kevin Cramer and are part of a campaign-long, five-figure digital buy against Cramer. The ad directs viewers to a landing page with information on Cramer’s dangerous health care agenda, such as harming folks with pre-existing conditions, imposing an age tax on older North Dakotans, and spiking health care costs.
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“If Congressman Cramer had his way, skinny repeal would have passed and North Dakotans would be facing higher health care costs and less comprehensive coverage. From now until Election Day, we’ll make sure voters know that Cramer chose to score political points rather than stand with North Dakotans when they needed it most,” said Courtney Rice, Press Secretary for the North Dakota Democratic-NPL.
Reminder: Health care remains top of mind for voters. Results of a HuffPost/YouGov poll found “American voters are more likely to say they’re focused about health care than any other issue” and Kaiser Health reported that many Americans are worried “about their out-of-pocket costs increasing so high that” they won’t be able to afford care.