Democratic groups are launching TV and digital advertisements focusing on Senate Republicans over voting on healthcare reforms, according to CNN.
Save My Care, which provides an umbrella organization for Democratic efforts to keep Obamacare, bought the ads in a seven-figure purchase, CNN reported.
Republicans targeted by the ads include Nevada Sen. Dean Heller, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Maine Sen. Susan Collins, and West Virginia Sen. Shelley Moore Capito.
Heller is seen as the Republican most at risk of losing his position in the 2018 midterm elections, according to CNN.
"Heller decides whether your costs go up by double digits, whether you're one of the 138,000 who lose coverage. Whether Medicaid is gutted, putting disabled children at risk. Heller decides whether our rural communities suffer," a narrator says in the Nevada ad.
Save My Care also targeted the same senators with 30-second ads on rural radio stations, according to CNN.
Senate Republicans are working on their own version of the healthcare bill since the House approved its version. President Donald Trump told them in a private meeting that the House's version was "mean" and needed to be "more generous" with money.
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