DC Healthcare Exchange Tweets Support for Pro-Obama Group

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Monday, 11 Nov 2013 11:07 AM

By Andrea Billups

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The Twitter account for the Washington, D.C., Obamacare website exchange program has been used to send tweets in support of Organizing for Action, a nonprofit that grew out of President Barack Obama's re-election campaign to promote his agenda, Breitbart News reports.

"Our friends @OFA_DC are looking to hear your experience with #Obamacare. Share your feedback with them," reads a message on the official Twitter account for @DCHealthLink.

The OFA twitter account, which is used to provide information about the president's initiatives, also links to a survey that can be taken at my.BarackObama.com, the official Organizing for Action site. On completion of the OFA survey, a prompt seeks a donation to the group, Breitbart reported.

"Our friends @OFA_DC are looking to hear your experience with #Obamacare. Share your feedback with them at http://bit.ly/1b2i6Ht," the survey tweet reads.

"What’s next?" one GOP Senate aide complained in an email to Breitbart. "A 'donate now' button for Obama?"

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