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New Crossroads GPS Issue Ad in North Carolina Spotlights Obamacare’s Effect on Small Businesses

Senator Kay Hagan Claimed Obamacare Would Benefit Small Businesses But the Opposite Has Occurred

 WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a new issue ad that will run for one week on TV highlighting the devastating effect Obamacare is having on North Carolina small businesses.

 The new ad will air in North Carolina as part of a total buy of $3,550,000 that started on Tuesday, May 20.  The spot can be viewed here.

 

“North Carolina’s small businesses are struggling under Obamacare’s regulations and rising costs,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Since Senator Hagan cast the deciding vote for the law, she should be at the forefront in reversing the devastating consequences it is inflicting on North Carolina families.”

Crossroads GPS Launches TV Issue Ad in Arkansas Focused on Obamacare Deceptions

New ad spotlights promise made by President Obama and Senator Mark Pryor in order to pass Obamacare 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a new issue ad that highlights the deception carried out by federal elected officials in order to pass Obamacare. The new ad will air in Arkansas for a total buy of $440,000 starting on Friday, June 13.

The spot spotlights the promise made by President Obama and Mark Pryor in order to pass Obamacare: a promise that Arkansans could keep their healthcare plan if they liked it. 

“Not only did these promises from Barack Obama and Mark Pryor turn out to be false, they had devastating policy consequences for Arkansans,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Judging from Senator Mark Pryor’s positive comments about Obamacare as a ‘success story,’ it’s clear that he may benefit in hearing from Arkansas families and seniors who don’t see it that way. We hope this ad continues the serious debate about the effects that Obamacare is having on small businesses and families throughout the state.”

Crossroads GPS Launches TV Issue Ad in North Carolina Focused on Obamacare’s Impact on Seniors

New ad also spotlights Hagan’s vote to pass Obamacare, resulting in massive cuts to Medicare

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a new issue ad that will run for one week on TV highlighting the devastating effect Obamacare is having on North Carolina seniors and urges its repeal.

The new ad will air in North Carolina as part of a total buy of $3,550,000 that started on Tuesday, May 20.  The spot can be viewed here. 

“Kay Hagan and Barack Obama made an explicit promise to North Carolinians in order to pass Obamacare, and seniors were hit hardest by their deception,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Hagan’s full-throated defense of Obamacare comes at the expense of the thousands of North Carolina seniors who now face cuts to their Medicare.” 

Crossroads GPS: Time for Reid to Act on VA Management & Accountability Bill

WASHINGTON – Crossroads GPS president & CEO Steven Law today issued the following statement regarding Secretary Shinseki’s resignation and current legislation that would strengthen accountability at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA): 

“Shinseki’s resignation is appropriate but is only 1% of the solution.  The VA’s leaders urgently need the management tools which the VA Management and Accountability Act would give them.  Crossroads GPS will continue to put pressure on Democratic Senators to reject Harry Reid’s foolish blockade of bipartisan Republican-crafted legislation to shake up the VA.  This is not about politics; it’s about doing what’s right to clean up President Obama’s latest and most egregious management fiasco.” 

NOTE: Crossroads GPS is running an issue advocacy ad on TV in Alaska urging action on the VA Management and Accountability Act. The spot can be viewed here.