The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is using information from Democratic Congressional candidate Chrissy Houlahan’s Financial Disclosure Report to continue its push on single payer healthcare.
In Houlahan’s disclosure, she shows holdings in Aetna, United Health Group, and Cardinal Health, three healthcare companies.
Houlahan reports assets in each of the companies valued between $1,001 and $15,000.
Houlahan does not collect any income from the assets.
In a post about the financial reports, the NRCC asks if Houlahan’s holdings affect her decision to not take a position on single payer healthcare.
Single payer is likely going to be a recurring theme for Congressional Republicans, as they look to divide Democratic voters in the primary, and get them on the record for the general election.
PoliticsPA reached out to Houlahan’s campaign for this story.