GOP Nonprofit Launches $2M Campaign Thanking Obamacare Repeal Backers
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American Action Network, a nonprofit with ties to House Speaker Paul Ryan, will spend $2 million over the next 11 days in 21 districts running TV ads to thank House Republicans who voted for the GOP's Obamacare repeal bill Thursday.
The ads will thank only members who voted for the legislation. Vulnerable members who voted against the bill—such as Reps. Barbara Comstock of Virginia, Mike Coffman of Colorado and others—won't receive any help from the $7 million fund AAN has set aside for health care.
"AAN doesn’t anticipate spending one penny on members who chose not to side with President Trump and Speaker Ryan in passing conservative, historic health care reforms," AAN executive director Corry Bliss said