“They’re online, they’re on the radio, some are on TV. It’s part of a grass-roots movement that’s happening in the area and across the country,” Democratic strategist Mark Nevins told WHYY. Nevins is working with the groups on the ads.
The ads push for the Congressmen to keep the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
According to City & State, the ad buy is over $185,000 in just radio ads.
The NRCC responded touting the benefits of the Republican tax plan.
“Nonpartisan analysis reveals the GOP tax reform bill will create 36,215 new jobs in Pennsylvania while doubling the standard deduction and increasing the child tax credit. Debunked lies from special interest groups will not stop Republicans from delivering historic tax relief for the middle class.” NRCC spokesman Chris Martin told City & State.
You can view the video ad targeted at Costello below.