We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Health care is the defining issue of this election. Period.
During the weeks leading up to the election, Democrats have been laser-focused on protecting health care for millions of Americans. Have a look for yourself:
For more information, read Protect Our Care’s report, Defined By Health Care: Election 2018, which synthesizes all the evidence that health care is the issue in 2018. Among the findings: Health Care is a top Google search in 75 percent of Congressional Districts ; national and district-specific polling of voters confirms health care is the top issue heading into November, and public opinion is decidedly against the Republican repeal-and-sabotage agenda; 50 percent of Democratic ad spending is on health care (according to an October analysis by the Wesleyan Media Project), and up and down the ballot, Republicans are breathlessly working to reinvent their records on health care with outright lies.