Save My Care Kicks Off National Ad Campaign Ahead of SOTU

“Enough Is Enough” TV Spots Launch In Washington, DC, West Virginia, Alaska, Maine

Washington, D.C. – Save My Care today launched a national “Enough is Enough” ad ahead of President Trump’s Tuesday State of the Union address to strengthen opposition to Republican health care repeal and sabotage. The initial week of TV spots will air in Washington, DC; West Virginia, where Congressional Republicans will retreat starting Wednesday; and Alaska and Maine, home to key Senate Republicans Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins.

“With this week’s spots, Save My Care launches a monthslong, TV advertising campaign to strengthen the Congressional firewall against repealing the Affordable Care Act, slashing Medicaid and sabotaging the health care system,” said Save My Care Campaign Chairman Leslie Dach.

“At this week’s Republican retreat in West Virginia, Members of Congress won’t be able to look at a TV without being reminded of their harmful repeal-and-sabotage campaign, and will be encouraged to say ‘enough is enough’: It’s time to listen to what Americans demand, move on from repeal and sabotage and work on bipartisan solutions that keep and improve on the Affordable Care Act,” Dach continued.

Watch the nationalĀ adĀ here.

The spots feature TV news clips from 2017 that summarize Year One of the Republican war on health care:

TRUMP: I’ve been saying my point of view for a long time, and I think we’re probably in the position where we’ll let Obamacare fail.

NEWSCASTERS: For the GOP plan, millions of Americans would lose comprehensive health insurance.

Higher projected premiums, according to Congressional Budget Office analysis.

You said undermine earlier, but the probably better term is that this sabotages the Affordable Care Act.

TEXT: Enough is enough. Stop the Republican war on health care.