NHDP - Kelly Ayotte Confronted by Affordable Care Act Success Story Moments After Doubling Down on Repeal Pledge

Concord, N.H. – Just moments after pledging that the Affordable Care Act is “a bill that I have voted to repeal and it’s one that I would vote to do so again,” Kelly Ayotte came face-to-face with one of the tens of thousands of Granite Staters who would be hurt if Republican efforts to repeal the law prevailed.   
The constituent, a farmer, explained that without the Affordable Care Act,  “We as farmers, who provide food for the country, would not be covered, we would not have health care, we would get sick, we could die.” Adding that thanks to the ACA, she and her husband now have “incredible health care” for roughly $300 per month.
“Even now, after more than 70,000 Granite Staters have enrolled in quality, affordable health coverage thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Kelly Ayotte is still pledging to fight for a full repeal of the law,” said New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley. “It is disappointing that instead of working towards bipartisan solutions that will expand middle class opportunity and strengthen our economy, Kelly Ayotte is trying yet again to repeal health coverage from tens of thousands of Granite Staters, putting her party's base and her national ambitions ahead of the people of New Hampshire.”
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