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New NRCC Facebook Ads: More ObamaCare Deception From Ann Kirkpatrick
NRCC | November 25, 2013

Kirkpatrick Forced ObamaCare On Us, Now She’s Busy Protecting Herself


WASHINGTON – Last week, the Obama administration announced they are pushing back the enrollment period for ObamaCare one month, until after Election Day 2014. President Obama is trying to give Ann Kirkpatrick an escape hatch from ObamaCare. But her consistent support for the law has raised premiums and canceled plans in Arizona already.

These new digital ads, running on Facebook, will inform voters in her district that Kirkpatrick is busy protecting herself politically from the law after she forced it on Arizona residents. After all, if Ann Kirkpatrick’s signature accomplishment can’t be trusted before she’s on the ballot, why should voters trust it with their healthcare?

“After forcing ObamaCare on Arizona, Ann Kirkpatrick doesn’t trust it enough to implement before Election Day,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “While Kirkpatrick is busy protecting herself politically from this law, premiums are rising and insurance plans are being canceled.”


Kirkpatrick Voted For ObamaCare And Against Repealing It. (H.R. 3590, Roll Call #165, 3/21/2010 and H.R. 45, Roll Call #154, 5/16/2013) 

Pelosi Said Some Democrats Have Responded “Politically” When It Comes To ObamaCare. (Youtube.com, Accessed On 11/20/13)

President Obama Delayed The Law’s Enrollment Period Until After Election Day 2014. “The enrollment period, previously scheduled to begin Oct. 15, 2014, will now start Nov. 15, said an official with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services who asked not to be identified because the decision isn’t public.” (Alex Wayne and Alex Nussbaum, “Insurers to Get Extra Month to Set 2015 Obamacare Rates,” Bloomberg, 11/22/13)


FYI, a similar version of this release below went out to the following districts: John Tierney (MA-06), Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01), Tim Bishop (NY-01), Steve Israel (NY-03), Bill Owens (NY-21), Dan Maffei (NY-24), and Nick Rahall (WV-03).

Ann Kirkpatrick for Congress

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