WATCH: Rosen Campaign Launches New TV Ad Highlighting Disgraceful Republican Efforts to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

New ad underscores how Republicans in Congress keep voting to repeal Obamacare instead of fixing it

Nevada Congresswoman and candidate for U.S. Senate Jacky Rosen’s campaign launched a new 30-second television ad today highlighting her commitment to standing up against partisan attacks on Nevadans’ access to affordable health care. “All” focuses on how Republicans in Congress keep voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act instead of fixing it, threatening to end coverage protections for pre-existing conditions and let insurance companies charge people over 50 years old up to five times more than younger people. The ad will begin airing statewide on Thursday, June 27. Read backup for the ad here.

“The Republican crusade in Washington to repeal the Affordable Care Act is a disgrace that will do nothing to fix our health care system,” said Rosen for Nevada campaign manager Danny Kazin. “Nevadans deserve a Senator who can be trusted to put partisan games aside and work to bring down costs for regular people. The contrast between Jacky’s commitment to protecting health care access and the GOP agenda to spike costs and gut coverage protections is crystal clear.”

Jacky knows our health care system has real problems that Congress needs to work together to fix. That’s why she’s focusing on smart solutions that will help lower premiums, stabilize health care markets, reduce prescription drug costs, address Nevada’s doctor shortages, protect coverage for pre-existing conditions, and expand health insurance options for Nevadans.

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Jacky Rosen: “We all have reasons to fix our health care system. But Republicans in Congress keep voting to repeal Obamacare instead of fixing it. They would end protections for pre-existing conditions and let insurance companies charge people over 50 up to five times more than younger people. That’s a disgrace.

I’m Jacky Rosen and in the Senate, I’ll work with both parties to fix Obamacare and bring down costs. I approve this message because we all have a stake in this.”