NRCC Radio Ad: That’s Not What New Hampshire Was Promised

December 10, 2013

Shea-Porter’s Support Of ObamaCare Has Made It Harder For Families To Get Quality Healthcare


WASHINGTON – The National Republican Congressional Committee launched a paid radio ad today highlighting how Carol Shea-Porter’s support for ObamaCare is hurting New Hampshire families. They were promised they could keep their current plans, if they liked them. But now, as families lose their insurance when they need it most, the broken promises of President Obama and Democrats like Shea-Porter are laid bare for all to see.

With over a third of New Hampshire hospitals excluded from ObamaCare’s exchanges, it’s clear that Carol Shea-Porter has made it harder for families across the state to get the care they deserve. This ad features a woman describing the difficulties in doing just that.

“ObamaCare has made getting quality healthcare harder for New Hampshire families,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “In spite of the canceled plans, Carol Shea-Porter has been one of the law’s biggest supporters—at the expense of the Granite State.”


Shea-Porter Voted Against Repealing ObamaCare. (H.R. 45, Roll Call #154, 5/16/2013)

One-Third Of New Hampshire Hospitals Are Excluded From ObamaCare’s Exchanges. “In New Hampshire, Anthem’s 2014 marketplace plans exclude more than a third of the state’s hospitals.” (Jay Hancock, “New Hampshire Isn’t The Only State Balking At ‘Narrow Networks’ For Health Coverage,” Nashua Telegraph, 12/1/13)

President Obama Apologized For His Misleading Healthcare Promise. “President Barack Obama offered an apology Thursday to those Americans who have been told they’re losing their health insurance plans, contrary to his promise that no one would be forced off a plan they wanted to keep.” (Jennifer Epstein, “President Obama: ‘I Am Sorry’,” Politico, 11/7/13)