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Analysis: Congressional Races Could Affect Health Care Policy

October 30, 2014

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) says Republicans would not be able to repeal the Affordable Care Act over the next two years but that there are several other provisions of the law that the GOP might target.

Dems Stay Quiet About ACA on Campaign Trail

October 21, 2014

Many Democrats have concluded that there are no political gains to be made by focusing on the ACA, according to Cook Political Report Editor Amy Walter.

Republican Strategists Assess GOP's Election Messaging on ACA

October 15, 2014

Republican candidates likely recognize that the Affordable Care Act cannot be fully repealed, but they probably will continue to focus on the law's problems as a campaign tool.

Experts: GOP Likely To End ACA Repeal Efforts

October 1, 2014

Experts agree that GOP candidates likely will shift their focus from repealing the ACA to changing it in future elections.

Health Care Remains Prominent Issue in Midterms

September 22, 2014

An analysis finds that more health care-related campaign advertisements have run in half of the 12 "competitive" Senate races than ads on any other topic.

Dem Touts Vote for ACA in Re-Election Campaign Ad

August 21, 2014

Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.), who voted for the Affordable Care Act, faces a challenge for his Senate seat from Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark).

Poll: Most U.S. Residents Say ACA Will Inform Mid-Term Elections Vote

July 7, 2014

Although 68% of U.S. residents say the ACA will influence their votes, neither major political party is expected to benefit.

States' Plans To Release 2015 Premiums Could Affect Midterm Elections

May 22, 2014

A new survey finds that the majority of states will release their 2015 premiums before the mid-term elections, which the GOP could use against Democrats if rates increase significantly.  

Dems Go On Offense on ACA; GOP Moves Away From ACA Focus

May 12, 2014

Three liberal groups are launching campaigns to try to convince ACA supporters to vote, while Democratic candidates are becoming more vocal about their support for law.

Some Dems Launch Pro-ACA Campaign Ads, Reversing Defensive Strategy

April 25, 2014

The ads represent a two-pronged approach in which some Democratic candidates in the 2014 midterm election both detail how the ACA can be fixed and what voters stand to lose if the GOP overturns it.
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