Jacky Rosen sets the record straight on Dean Heller’s health care record in new ad
Nevada Congresswoman Jacky Rosen’s campaign for U.S. Senate launched a new 30-second television ad today responding to Sen. Dean Heller’s offer to stack his record up against hers on health care. In “Let’s Do That,” Jacky contrasts her vote against the Republican health care plan in Congress with Heller’s broken promise to protect Nevadans’ health care. The ad also details how Senator Heller’s votes to dismantle the Affordable Care Act would have allowed insurance companies to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions, charge older people more for coverage, and cause hundreds of thousands of Nevadans to lose access to affordable health care.
“Dean Heller wants to compare his record of caving to party leaders and special interests to take away health care coverage and protections from hundreds of thousands of Nevadans with Jacky Rosen’s record of consistently protecting Nevadans’ health care? Challenge accepted,” said Rosen for Nevada campaign manager Danny Kazin.
Jacky Rosen: “Have you seen this TV ad?”
Dean Heller: “Jacky, I’ll stack my record up against yours any day.”
Jacky Rosen: “Okay, let’s do that. I voted against the Republican health care plan. Dean, you broke your promise. You voted to let insurance companies discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions, charge older people more, and take away coverage from 200,000 Nevadans. Dean, I’m standing up for Nevada. You’re not.”