AAN Spending $500 Mil To Threaten Meadows and Others for No Vote On #RyanCare

From Senate Conservatives

The American Action Network (AAN) has announced that it’s spending $500,000 on TV ads in the districts of 30 conservative members of the House Freedom Caucus.

This group is backed by House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and is attacking House conservatives for refusing to back RyanCare, which fails to repeal Obamacare as Republicans promised.

Some of the members being attacked include principled leaders like Jim Jordan (R-OH), Mark Meadows (R-NC), and Dave Brat (R-VA).

The ads claim that RyanCare eliminates Obamacare’s mandates and will lower costs. Neither are true.

We believe that House conservatives are doing the right thing to oppose Speaker Ryan’s health care plan, and we’re taking steps now to support them against these bogus attacks.

Will you help us defend House conservatives today?

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Your contribution will help us fight back against these attacks and defeat the RyanCare plan so we can repeal Obamacare and all of its costly mandates.

Defending House conservatives won’t be easy and we simply cannot do it without your immediate help.

American Action Network’s single biggest donor has been the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), which supported passage of Obamacare and gave AAN $6.2 million from 2010-2014.

PhRMA is a liberal special interest group that not only funds Republicans like Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), but also Democrats like Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

PhRMA supports big government policies and is willing to spend big money to keep Obamacare in place.

Please don’t let these Beltway insiders hurt the House Freedom Caucus and ruin our chance to reverse the damage President Obama has done to our health care system.

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Thank you for standing up for the principles of freedom that make America great. Together, we can repeal Obamacare and give Americans control over their health care decisions.


Ken Cuccinelli II
President, Senate Conservatives Action
Former Attorney General of Virginia