The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) today is launching a new ad calling out Senate Republicans like Johnson and Rubio for voting against legislation lowering the cost of insulin.
The five-figure digital campaign will reach voters interested in prescription drugs on news, law, and politics websites and will direct individuals to a webpage with additional information about Johnson and Rubio’s vote.
From Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee spokesperson Nora Keefe: “Senate Republicans like Johnson and Rubio cast an ugly vote against a popular policy that will lower the cost of insulin for Americans. Johnson and Rubio showed they care more about their Big Pharma political donors than lowering costs for working families – and voters will hold them accountable in November.”
An image of the ad is below:
Headline: Senate Republicans voted AGAINST insulin cap
See Also: New York Times: Republicans force the removal of a measure that would cap insulin prices at $35 for private insurers; MSNBC: Senate Republicans derail insulin price cap for many consumers; Fortune: GOP strips insulin out-of-pocket cap from bill: ‘Republicans have just gone on the record in favor of expensive insulin’; Washington Post: Republicans block cap on insulin costs for millions of patients; NBC News: Republicans block cap on insulin costs for many Americans from Democratic deal; CBS News: Senate Republicans block $35 cap on price of insulin from Democratic bill; Rolling Stone: Insulin Will Remain Expensive for Many, Thanks to Republicans; Salon: Republicans block insulin price cap for private insurance in Inflation Reduction Act; The Root: Republicans Vote No On Warnock Proposal To Cap Insulin Prices To $35 For Insured.