Partnership Launches New National Television & Digital Ads: Part Of National Campaign, Ads Will Run On CBS Debate Coverage
WASHINGTON – The Partnership for America’s Health Care Future today announced that it will launch a new advertisement around tonight’s Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina. The ad, entitled “Priorities,” is part of a substantial national public education effort and will run on CBS television stations during tonight’s debate coverage, as well as on CBS’s digital properties on desktop, mobile and Connected TV. The Partnership will also run advertisements on Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.
Last week, the Partnership launched another new ad, “Opposite.”
“American families deserve access to high-quality, affordable health coverage,” said Lauren Crawford Shaver, the Partnership’s executive director. “Unfortunately, many presidential candidates’ calls for one-size-fits-all new government health insurance systems, such as Medicare for All, Medicare buy-in and the public option, would threaten the health care of millions of Americans. Independent studies confirm that these government health insurance systems would force Americans to pay more and wait longer for worse care as they are pushed into a one-size-fits-all system controlled by politicians. Candidates on tonight’s debate stage should prioritize building on what’s working and fixing what isn’t – not starting over.”