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Crossroads GPS Launches TV Issue Ad in Arkansas on Medicare and Social Security

“Call Senator Pryor. Tell Him Arkansas Seniors Depend on their Benefits.” 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a new issue ad that highlights Obamacare’s $700 billion in cuts to Medicare.

The new spot, which can be viewed here, will air in Arkansas for a total buy of over $710,000 starting on Tuesday, August 19.  

Script for issue ad in Arkansas: 

ANNCR: “Arkansas seniors depend on Social Security and Medicare. 

“It’s troubling that Senator Mark Pryor said we should overhaul Social Security and Medicare. 

“On Social Security, Pryor suggested raising the retirement age.” 

PRYOR: “Say that they couldn’t get Social Security until they turn 68 or 69.” 

“And on Medicare, Pryor was the deciding vote for Obamacare, which will cut Medicare Advantage benefits for our seniors. 

“Call Senator Pryor. Tell him Arkansas seniors depend on their benefits. 

“Start Protecting Medicare. Repeal Obamacare.”

Obamacare Is Costing Rural Coloradans

New Issue Ad from Crossroads GPS Details Higher Health Insurance Rates on Colorado Families and Urges Sen. Mark Udall to Support Repeal 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) launched an issue advocacy ad spotlighting Obamacare’s impact on rural Coloradans.

The new spot, which can be viewed here, will air in Denver and Colorado Springs for a total buy of $455,000 beginning on August 19. 

“The costs of Obamacare are being felt by Coloradans in the form of higher insurance rates and over $700 billion in cuts to Medicare,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Despite all these problems, Senator Mark Udall continues to support the law and said he would vote for it again. This ad gives Colorado families the opportunity to speak out to Senator Udall on Obamacare and have their voices heard.”

What If?

New Issue Ad from Crossroads GPS Spotlights Sacrifice of America’s Veterans and Urges Congressman Bruce Braley to Give Veterans the Heath Care They Deserve 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) launched a new issue advocacy ad in Iowa urging action on legislation that would ensure timely access for veterans seeking hospital care and medical services from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). 

The new ad, which can be viewed here, will air in Iowa for a total buy of $412,000 starting on Tuesday, August 19.  

“America’s veterans have sacrificed too much for us to see elected leaders and government officials in Washington fail them,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Congressman Braley is in a position to make sure veterans receive care in a timely manner. This issue ad gives Iowans the opportunity to have their voices heard and tell Congressman Braley to join this debate and give veterans the health care they deserve.”

A Personal Plea for Repeal of Obamacare in New Crossroads GPS TV Issue Ad in Colorado

Castle Rock, Colorado Resident Describes Law’s Impact and Urges Udall to Support Repeal 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) launched an issue advocacy ad spotlighting Obamacare’s impact on Colorado families and small businesses.

The new spot, which can be viewed here, will air in Denver and Colorado Springs for a total buy of $452,000 beginning on August 7. 

The issue ad features a Castle Rock, Colorado resident named Richelle, who details how policies in Washington are affecting her family, Colorado businesses, and Colorado jobs.

SCRIPT:

“This is personal. Policies coming out of Washington really do affect us here at home. 

“My husband started his own company… 

“It’s a big leap of faith to start a business with a family. 

“We knew that we needed to find healthcare… 

“Because we were a single income family… 

“… we couldn’t afford our plan. 

“Mark Udall’s vote for Obamacare has hurt families in Colorado, for small business owners that are trying to make it and support their families. Mark Udall should repeal Obamacare.”