American Action Network, a pro-Republican group, is launching a $2 million ad campaign in support of the American Health Care Act, according to The Hill.
The ad will run in 21 House districts and on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program.
Most Republicans in the 21 districts are seen as being vulnerable to defeat in the 2018 midterm elections, including Reps. Darrell Issa of California, Martha McSally of Arizona, and Carlos Curbelo of Florida, The Hill reports.
On Wednesday, the Congressional Budget Office is expected to release its analysis of the bill and will determine if the legislation abides by Senate rules for reconciliation, which Republicans are using to avoid a possible filibuster by Democrats.
The Hill notes that if the CBO's score shows that the AHCA would add to the deficit, it would not meet those rules.
On Sunday, American Action Network posted a link allowing voters to send letters of support for the AHCA to members of the House of Representatives.
"It means a lot to me and my family to have a plan that will finally provide us with more choices and better coverage, for a better price," the suggested text in the email says.
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