(BISMARCK, ND) – Today the North Dakota Dem-NPL launched updated Google search ads highlighting Congressman Cramer’s support for the disastrous health care lawsuit that could deny coverage to the more than 300,000 North Dakotans with pre-existing conditions.
The Google search ads will reach North Dakota voters who are searching for information about health care, Kevin Cramer, and the Senate race, and are part of a campaign-long, five-figure digital buy against Cramer. The ad directs viewers to a previously-released landing page with information on Cramer’s dangerous health care agenda that has been updated to include Cramer’s support for this partisan lawsuit.
See the ads:
“When Kevin Cramer announced his support for this lawsuit, he left no doubt in anyone’s mind that he’d rather cater to his political bosses than stand up for the quality care that North Dakotans need and deserve,” said Courtney Rice, Press Secretary for the North Dakota Democratic-NPL. “Cramer is doing everything he can to make care more expensive, from supporting this lawsuit to his 65 votes to repeal or undermine the Affordable Care Act – and we’re here to remind voters of that every day from now until Election Day.”
The Kaiser Family Foundation recently found that protections for pre-existing conditions have become the most important health care concern among voters, and ranked the most important campaign issue for many of them overall. On top of that, 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.