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May 2022

NEW AD: Rep. Davids’ Efforts to Lower the Cost of Prescription Drugs Highlighted in Patient Testimonial

Protect Our Care Builds on Seven-Figure Campaign With New Ads in 8 Key Districts Around the Country

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Kansas — Today, Protect Our Care is releasing a new ad highlighting Sharice Davids’ (KS-03) efforts to bring down health care and prescription drug costs for Kansans. The ad features a testimonial from Mindy, a Type I diabetic who struggles to afford life saving medications. In the ad, Mindy tells her personal story and thanks lawmakers like Rep. Davids for standing up to big pharmaceutical companies and fighting to lower prescription drug prices and cap insulin costs. 

Polling shows that health care consistently ranks as a top concern for Americans, particularly when they are concerned about higher prices. People across political parties overwhelmingly support reforms to bring down health care costs. Protect Our Care’s new ad will begin running on Tuesday, May 17 on broadcast and cable television, streaming services, YouTube and other digital platforms. 

The new ad is part of a multi-million dollar campaign announced last month to support health care champions fighting to lower health care costs. The overall campaign is focused in the following districts: Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03), Angie Craig (MN-02), Sharice Davids (KS-03), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Susie Lee (NV-03), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Susan Wild (PA-07). Last month, Protect Our Care released ads highlighting Rep. Davids’ work to ban surprise medical bills and lower insulin prices. Watch the first ads in the series here.

“Rep. Davids is working tirelessly to lower the costs of health insurance and prescription drugs for Kansans,” said Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach. “Kansans are worried about rising costs and Rep. David’s is leading the fight to give them more breathing room as they manage their family budget. Thanks to Rep. Davids’ efforts, we are closer than ever to ensuring Kansans can afford the health care they need.” 

Ad Script for KS-03:
The drug companies just keep raising prices.
I pay three hundred and fifty dollars for my diabetes medication.
I can’t keep up with that…
But finally, Congress is doing something about it.
Congresswoman Sharice Davids.
She’s taking on big drug companies to cap the cost of insulin, and to allow Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices.
Fighting to bring down drug costs  – that means everything to me.
Congresswoman Sharice Davids.
Lowering costs, for us.

Ted Budd: Ready to Repeal the ACA and Raise Your Health Care Costs

Republicans Select Radical MAGA Champion Ted Budd in North Carolina Senate Primary

Washington DC — Last night, Trump-backed candidate Rep. Ted Budd won the GOP Senate primary in North Carolina. During his time in Congress, he has repeatedly voted against measures to lower health care costs for American families, and he proudly supports repealing the Affordable Care Act and its critical protections for North Carolinians. In response, Protect Our Care Executive Director Brad Woodhouse issued the following statement: 

“With an abysmal record on health care, it is clear that Ted Budd only wants to continue Trump’s war on health care and raise costs on the American people. He voted against the American Rescue Plan, which delivered lower premiums for millions, he voted against capping insulin costs, and he continues to block Medicare negotiation and expanded access to affordable coverage. Even worse, Ted Budd wants to return to repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act — even as more Americans are covered than ever before. Ted Budd does not represent the hardworking people of North Carolina, and he is not fit to shape our health care laws in the Senate for years to come.”  

Ted Budd Wants To Repeal The ACA

2022: Budd Confirmed That He Still Wants To Repeal The ACA.  In an interview with the Ruthless podcast in April 2022, Budd called it unfortunate that Republicans still haven’t repealed the Affordable Care Act saying, “We passed health care reform in the house, but unfortunately, didn’t make it to the Senate.”  Budd went even further in another radio interview the same day, lambasting Republican senators who missed their “shot” to repeal the ACA by “fighting against President Trump and us trying to overturn it.” 

2017: Budd Called For “Nothing Short Of Full Repeal Of Obamacare.”  Budd penned an op-ed in April 2017 castigating his fellow Republicans for their insufficient commitment to repealing the ACA.  Budd attacked the initial draft of AHCA for not going far enough to repeal essential health benefits and protections for people with pre-existing conditions.  Budd concluded, “I will work to fully repeal Obamacare.”  Budd eventually voted for the final version of AHCA, which would have ripped coverage away from hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians and ended protections for pre-existing conditions for millions more. 

Ted Budd Has Voted Against Lowering Health Care Costs Time And Time Again

2022:  Ted Budd Voted Against Capping Insulin Costs At $35 A Month.  Budd voted for higher insulin costs by opposing the Affordable Insulin Now Act, legislation that caps out-of-pocket insulin costs at $35 a month for millions of diabetics with private insurance and Medicare coverage.  

2021: Ted Budd Voted Against Lower Drug Prices, Lower Premiums, And Expanded Health Care For Millions.  Budd voted against the Build Back Better bill in November 2021. BBB gave Medicare the power to negotiate for lower drug prices and capped out of pocket drug spending for seniors at $2,000 a year.  The savings from prescription drug price negotiation were used to provide a hearing benefit under Medicare for the first time.  BBB also would have extended the premium relief provided to millions of Americans by the American Rescue Plan and provided coverage for 2.2 million Americans in the Medicaid gap. 

2021: Ted Budd Voted Against Providing Relief For North Carolina Families With The American Rescue Plan.  Budd voted against the American Rescue Plan, which included measures to expand coverage and to dramatically lower health care costs for thousands of families across North Carolina. In addition to providing critical pandemic relief, the ARP lowered premiums for people purchasing coverage through the marketplaces and expanded access to financial assistance for more middle-class families. 

2019: Ted Budd Voted Against Historic Legislation To Lower Prescription Drug Prices. Budd voted against the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3), historic legislation to drastically reduce Americans’ prescription drug prices by up to 55% and save taxpayers nearly $500 billion over the next 10 years. H.R. 3 included the most comprehensive drug pricing reform in American history and the largest expansion to Medicare’s vision, dental and hearing benefits in decades.

Ted Budd Supports Rick Scott’s Plan To “Sunset” The ACA And Medicare

2022: Budd Said He Generally Supported Rick Scott’s Blueprint To Raise Taxes On Millions Of Americans And “Sunset” Vital Health Programs. Ted Budd said he generally agreed with the major points of Sen. Rick Scott’s legislative agenda, which would raise taxes on millions of Americans and includes “sunsetting” every federal law after five years – this would include the Affordable Care Act and its protections for millions of Americans with pre-existing conditions as well as the crucial lifelines of Social Security and Medicare.

NEW AD: Rep. Craig Efforts to Lower Health Insurance Premiums Highlighted in Patient Testimonial

Protect Our Care Builds on Seven-Figure Campaign With New Ads in 8 Key Districts Around the Country

Watch the Ad Here

Minnesota — Today, Protect Our Care is releasing a new ad highlighting Angie Craig (MN-02) efforts to bring down health care for Minnesotans. The ad features a testimonial from Jessica, who struggles to afford the high premiums on her health insurance. In the ad, Jessica tells her personal story and thanks lawmakers like Rep. Craig for standing up to big insurance companies and expanding affordable coverage to working people. 

Polling shows that health care consistently ranks as a top concern for Americans, particularly when they are concerned about higher prices. People across political parties overwhelmingly support reforms to bring down health care costs. Protect Our Care’s new ad will begin running on Tuesday, May 17 on broadcast and cable television, streaming services, YouTube and other digital platforms. 

The new ad is part of a multi-million dollar campaign announced last month to support health care champions fighting to lower health care costs. The overall campaign is focused in the following districts: Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03), Angie Craig (MN-02), Sharice Davids (KS-03), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Susie Lee (NV-03), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Susan Wild (PA-07). Last month, Protect Our Care released ads highlighting Rep. Craig’s work to ban surprise medical bills and lower insurance premiums. Watch the first ads in the series here.

Rep. Craig is working tirelessly to lower the costs of health insurance for Minnesotans,said Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach.Minnesotans are worried about rising costs and Rep. Craig is leading the fight to give them more breathing room as they manage their family budget. Thanks to Rep. Craig’s efforts, we are closer than ever to ensuring Minnesotans can afford the health care they need.” 

Ad Script for MN-02:

Jessica: As someone who faces a number of chronic health conditions, I was paying as much each month for my health insurance as I was my mortgage. So when Congress passed the bill that lowered my premiums – that made a huge difference.
Narrator: Congresswoman Angie Craig got it done. Passing the bill that lowered premiums for millions of families.
Jessica: I’m saving 200 hundred dollars a month -that’s money for groceries, for bills …that’s a big deal for us.
Narrator: Congresswoman Craig. Lowering costs, for us.

NEW AD: Rep. Spanberger Efforts to Lower the Cost of Prescription Drugs Highlighted in Patient Testimonial

Protect Our Care Builds on Seven-Figure Campaign With New Ads in 8 Key Districts Around the Country

Watch the Ad Here

Virginia — Today, Protect Our Care is releasing a new ad highlighting Abigail Spanberger’s (VA-07) efforts to bring down health care and prescription drug costs for Virginians. The ad features a testimonial from Mindy, a Type I diabetic who struggles to afford life saving medications. In the ad, Mindy tells her personal story and thanks lawmakers like Rep. Spanberger for standing up to big pharmaceutical companies and fighting to lower prescription drug prices and cap insulin costs. 

Polling shows that health care consistently ranks as a top concern for Americans, particularly when they are concerned about higher prices. People across political parties overwhelmingly support reforms to bring down health care costs. Protect Our Care’s new ad will begin running on Tuesday, May 17 on broadcast and cable television, streaming services, YouTube and other digital platforms. 

The new ad is part of a multi-million dollar campaign announced last month to support health care champions fighting to lower health care costs. The overall campaign is focused in the following districts: Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03), Angie Craig (MN-02), Sharice Davids (KS-03), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Susie Lee (NV-03), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Susan Wild (PA-07). Last month, Protect Our Care released ads highlighting Rep. Spanberger’s work to ban surprise medical bills and lower insulin prices. Watch the first ads in the series here.

“Rep. Spanberger is working tirelessly to lower the costs of health insurance and prescription drugs for Virginians,” said Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach. “Virginians are worried about rising costs and Rep. Spanberger is leading the fight to give them more breathing room as they manage their family budget. Thanks to Rep. Spanberger’s efforts, we are closer than ever to ensuring Virginians can afford the health care they need.”

Ad Script for VA-07:

The drug companies just keep raising prices. 


I pay three hundred and fifty dollars for my diabetes medication.

 I can’t keep up with that…

But finally, Congress is doing something about it.

Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger.

She’s taking on big drug companies to cap the cost of Insulin, and to allow Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices.

 Fighting to bring down drug costs  – that means everything to me.

 Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger. 

Lowering costs, for us.

NEW AD: Rep. Axne Efforts to Lower Health Insurance Premiums Highlighted in Patient Testimonial

Protect Our Care Builds on Seven-Figure Campaign With New Ads in 8 Key Districts Around the Country

Watch the Ad Here

Iowa — Today, Protect Our Care is releasing a new ad highlighting U.S. Representative Cindy Axne’s (IA-03) efforts to bring down health care costs for Iowans. The ad features a testimonial from Jessica, who struggles to afford the high premiums on her health insurance. In the ad, Jessica tells her personal story and thanks lawmakers like Rep. Axne for standing up to big insurance companies and expanding affordable coverage to working people. 

Polling shows that health care consistently ranks as a top concern for Americans, particularly when they are concerned about higher prices. People across political parties overwhelmingly support reforms to bring down health care costs. Protect Our Care’s new ad will begin running on Tuesday, May 17 on broadcast and cable television, streaming services, YouTube and other digital platforms. 

The new ad is part of a multi-million dollar campaign announced last month to support health care champions fighting to lower health care costs. The overall campaign is focused in the following districts: Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03), Angie Craig (MN-02), Sharice Davids (KS-03), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Susie Lee (NV-03), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Susan Wild (PA-07). Last month, Protect Our Care released ads highlighting Rep. Axne’s work to ban surprise medical bills and lower insurance premiums. Watch the first ads in the series here.

Rep. Axne is working tirelessly to lower the costs of health insurance for Iowans.” said Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach.Iowans are worried about rising costs and Rep. Axne is leading the fight to give them more breathing room as they manage their family budget. Thanks to Rep. Axne’s efforts, we are closer than ever to ensuring Iowans can afford the health care they need.” 

Ad Script for IA-03:

Jessica: As someone who faces a number of chronic health conditions, I was paying as much each month for my health insurance as I was my mortgage. So when Congress passed the bill that lowered my premiums – that made a huge difference.

Narrator: Congresswoman Cindy Axne got it done. Passing the bill that lowered premiums for millions of families. 

 Jessica: I’m saving 200 hundred dollars a month – that’s money for groceries, for bills …that’s a big deal for us.

Narrator: Congresswoman Axne. Lowering costs, for us.

NEW AD: Rep. Slotkin Efforts to Lower the Cost of Prescription Drugs Highlighted in Patient Testimonial

Protect Our Care Builds on Seven-Figure Campaign With New Ads in 8 Key Districts Around the Country

Watch the Ad Here

Michigan — Today, Protect Our Care is releasing a new ad highlighting U.S. Representative Elissa Slotkin’s (MI-08) efforts to bring down health care and prescription drug costs for Michiganders. The ad features a testimonial from Mindy, a Type I diabetic who struggles to afford life saving medications. In the ad, Mindy tells her personal story and thanks lawmakers like Rep. Slotkin for standing up to big pharmaceutical companies and fighting to lower prescription drug prices and cap insulin costs.

Polling shows that health care consistently ranks as a top concern for Americans, particularly when they are concerned about higher prices. People across political parties overwhelmingly support reforms to bring down health care costs. Protect Our Care’s new ad will begin running on Tuesday, May 17 on broadcast and cable television, streaming services, YouTube and other digital platforms.

The new ad is part of a multi-million dollar campaign announced last month to support health care champions fighting to lower health care costs. The overall campaign is focused in the following districts: Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03), Angie Craig (MN-02), Sharice Davids (KS-03), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Susie Lee (NV-03), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Susan Wild (PA-07). Last month, Protect Our Care released ads highlighting Rep. Slotkin’s work to ban surprise medical bills and lower insulin prices. Watch the first ads in the series here.

“Rep. Slotkin is working tirelessly to lower the costs of health insurance and prescription drugs for Michiganders,” said Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach. “Michiganders are worried about rising costs and Rep. Slotkin is leading the fight to give them more breathing room as they manage their family budget. Thanks to Rep. Slotkin’s efforts, we are closer than ever to ensuring Michiganders can afford the health care they need.”

Ad Script for MI-08:

The drug companies just keep raising prices.

I pay three hundred and fifty dollars for my diabetes medication.

I can’t keep up with that…

But finally, Congress is doing something about it.

Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin.

She’s taking on big drug companies to cap the cost of Insulin, and to allow Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices.

Fighting to bring down drug costs  – that means everything to me.
Congresswoman  Elissa Slotkin.

Lowering costs, for us.

NEW ADS: Protect Our Care Builds on Seven-Figure Campaign With Two Patient Testimonials On Members Working to Lower Health Care Costs

New Ads Will Launch in 8 Key Districts Around the Country and Include Broadcast, Cable and Digital Platforms

Watch the New Ads Here

Washington, DCProtect Our Care is starting new ads as part of its now $6 million campaign about members of Congress who’ve been working to bring down health care costs for American families. The first ad tells the story of Jessica, a single mom with multiple chronic health conditions, who saved $200 per month because these members delivered lower health insurance premiums in the American Rescue Plan. The second ad features Mindy, a Type I diabetic, highlighting members fighting to give Medicare the power to negotiate lower drug prices. 

The new ads will begin running on Tuesday, May 17 in the following districts: Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03), Angie Craig (MN-02), Sharice Davids (KS-03), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Susie Lee (NV-03), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Susan Wild (PA-07). Last month, Protect Our Care launched the seven-figure dollar campaign with ads highlighting eight key members of Congress and their work to ban surprise medical bills and lower insulin prices. Watch the first ads in the series here.

“These lawmakers have led the fight for lower health care costs so families can pay their bills, balance their budgets, and breathe a little easier at night. They have cut health insurance premiums and are standing up to big drug companies to reduce the cost of prescription drugs,,” said Protect Our Care Chair Leslie Dach. “Americans from all walks of life support reforms to lower premium costs, give Medicare the power to negotiate drug prices, and reduce the cost of care. These members are delivering real results, and they won’t quit until health care is affordable for every American.”

Sample Ad Scripts:

Jessica – Bringing Down Health Insurance Premiums (IA-03)

Jessica: As someone who faces a number of chronic health conditions, I was paying as much each month for my health insurance as I was my mortgage. So when Congress passed the bill that lowered my premiums – that made a huge difference.

Narrator: Congresswoman Cindy Axne got it done. Passing the bill that lowered premiums for millions of families. 

Jessica: I’m saving 200 hundred dollars a month – that’s month for groceries, for bills …that’s a big deal for us.

Narrator: Congresswoman Slotkin. Lowering costs, for us.

Mindy – Bringing Down Drug Prices (MI-08)

Mindy: The drug companies just keep raising prices. I pay three hundred and fifty dollars for my diabetes medication. I can’t keep up with that. Finally, Congress is doing something about it.

 Narrator: Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin. She’s taking on big drug companies to cap the cost of Insulin, and to allow Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices.

Mindy: Fighting to bring down drug costs  – that means everything to me and my family.

Narrator: Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin. Lowering costs, for us.

Links to each of the ads can be found below:
Reps. Cindy Axne (IA-03)
Angie Craig (MN-02)
Sharice Davids (KS-03)
Andy Kim (NJ-03)
Susie Lee (NV-03)
Elissa Slotkin (MI-08)
Abigail Spanberger (VA-07)
Susan Wild (PA-07)

President Biden Is Right: Lowering Health Care Costs Fights Inflation and Delivers Relief to Working Families

And the Republican Plan? A Big Fat “No” on Lowering Health Care Costs and a “Yes” on Returning to an Agenda of Repealing Health Care

Today, President Biden will deliver a speech on Democrats’ plans to lower costs amid rising inflation. Between fighting to lower health premiums and prescription drug prices and expanding affordable coverage to working families, Democrats are working tirelessly to lower everyday costs for the American people. The health care provisions in President Biden’s economic plan are among the most efficient and direct ways to put more money in people’s pockets, saving many families thousands of dollars on their annual health care needs. These reforms will give people more breathing room to pay for other necessities like food, child care, and rent, and they will help ensure families are able to access the health care they need. Meanwhile, Republicans have offered zero plans to curb inflation and oppose these reforms that would lower health care costs for millions of Americans. Even worse, Republicans have doubled down on their commitment to repealing lower health care premiums and other protections under the Affordable Care Act. Voters across parties agree: it’s time for Congress to act to lower health care costs now. 

How President Biden’s Agenda Lowers the Cost of Living

  1. Checks Big Pharma’s Greed And Cuts Drug Costs. Over the past 20 years, price increases for brand-name drugs in Medicare Part D have risen at more than twice the rate of inflation. President Biden’s plan stops this predatory practice from Big Pharma by prohibiting drug companies from raising prices faster than the rate of inflation. This cap is essential to stop arbitrary price increases on life saving medications. Additionally, Medicare Part D out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs would be capped at $2,000 per year and insulin co-pays for all Americans with insurance would be capped at $35 each month, dramatically lowering the cost of living for millions of Americans.
  2. Cuts Monthly Premiums For Millions Of Americans. In 2021, 14.5 million people signed up for health coverage through an ACA marketplace. This is the highest number of Americans to ever enroll and it is thanks to the premium savings created in President Biden’s American Rescue Plan. Families are now saving an average of $2,400 a year on their health insurance premiums, with a guaranteed option to purchase health care for less than 8.5 percent of their income. Previously, families earning just above 400 percent of the federal poverty level spent an average of 15 percent of their incomes on health insurance. President Biden’s plan also has eliminated premiums for Americans earning up to 150 percent of the federal poverty level who buy their coverage on the marketplace. President Biden’s plan is a critical tool in lowering the cost of living, which is exactly why 17 recipients of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences authored an open letter in support of President Biden’s plan and urged its passage. 
    • Reduces Racial Disparities In Health Coverage. The premium savings provided in the American Rescue Plan have made more than 65 percent of uninsured Black adults eligible for zero dollar premium plans and 75 percent eligible for plans less than $50 a month. For uninsured Hispanic and Latino adults, now more than 68 percent are eligible for zero dollar premium plans and nearly 80 percent can access plans for less than $50 a month. Health coverage access is imperative to reducing the racial wealth gap and racial disparities in health coverage.
    • Cuts Costs For Rural America. Thanks to the ARP, roughly 65 percent of rural Americans can access zero dollar premium health coverage and more than 76 percent are able to find a plan for less than $50 a month, narrowing the coverage differences between rural and urban America, giving rural Americans some much needed financial breathing room.
  3. Closes The Medicaid Gap And Cuts Medical Debt. President Biden’s plan would allow more than two million Americans currently trapped in the Medicaid coverage gap to access zero dollar premium health coverage. Of those currently in the coverage gap, 62 percent are in the labor force, 30 percent are parents with children at home, more than 25 percent are essential workers, and 15 percent of adults have a disability. Medicaid expansion under the ACA caused a significant reduction in poverty and reduced income inequality across the board by more than 5 percent. In states that have expanded Medicaid, the chance of accruing medical debt is 20 percent lower than non-expansion states and, a 2018 analysis found that Medicaid expansion led to a nearly $6 billion decline in unpaid medical bills and to higher credit scores.

TODAY: Rep. Kaptur, Ohio Health Care Experts To Highlight Importance of Lowering Costs and Expanding Coverage, Discuss New Report

***MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY, MAY 10 AT 1:00 PM ET***

Speakers To Discuss Affordable Insulin Now Act and New Report Showing Impact of Health Coverage Affordability in Ohio if Congress Fails To Make the Premium Tax Credits Included in the American Rescue Plan Permanent  

Toledo, OH — Today, May 10, 2022 at 1:00 PM ET, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D-OH-09) and Ohio health care leaders will join Protect Our Care Ohio to discuss the urgent importance of and opportunities to lower health care costs for Ohioans. They will highlight the importance of lowering insulin costs by passing the Affordable Insulin Now Act, which is co-sponsored by Rep. Kaptur. Additionally, they will discuss a new report that shows the premium tax credits included in the American Rescue Plan have made health coverage more affordable for Ohioans. The report also lays out the dire consequences if Congress fails to make the credits permanent – including that more than three million people, including 63,000 Ohioans, could lose their coverage.

VIRTUAL EVENT
WHO:
Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D-OH-09)
Samuel Camacho, Certified Navigator, Affordable Care Act, UHCAN Ohio
John Kennedy, a type-1 diabetic and advocate for Ohio Insulin4All

WHAT: Virtual Press Conference 

WHEN: Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 1:00 PM ET

WHERERegister For the Event Here

More Polling Reveals Voters View Health Care Provisions as Top Priorities in Democrats’ Economic Plan

New polling from Navigator confirms broad support for Democrats’ economic plan to lower costs for the American people. Overall, 67 percent of voters support the package, including 88 percent of Democrats, 66 percent of independents, and 42 percent of Republicans. According to Navigator, voters report that out of all of the policies in the plan, voters’ top priorities are capping insulin costs, giving Medicare the power to negotiate drug prices, and extending hearing benefits to seniors. Roughly six in 10 voters reported concern that Republican control meant costs would keep going up, particularly as they are blocking lower drug prices and have voted against lower health care premiums. 

These results mirror new polling from Data for Progress and Invest in America showing voters strongly support the Democrats’ economic plan, ranking its health care provisions as the top five priorities for Congress. 

More from Navigator here.

Health care remains priority #1:

Voters strongly support Democrats’ economic plan: 

Voters agree Republicans are working to raise costs by blocking Medicare negotiation and rejecting lower health care premiums: