Partnership Launches New National Television & Digital Ads: Part Of National Campaign, Ads Will Run On MSNBC & NBC 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 Nevada. The ad, entitled “Opposite,” is part of a substantial national public education effort and will run on MSNBC television stations during tonight’s debate coverage, as well as on MSNBC’s and NBC’s digital properties on desktop, mobile and Connected TV. The Partnership will also run advertisements on Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat, as well as a takeover of YouTube’s homepage.
The Partnership will also run “Amenaza”, a Spanish-language ad, on MSNBC’s and NBC’s digital properties.
- To view “Amenaza,” a Spanish-language ad, CLICK HERE.
“With health care a top priority for voters, the Partnership is committed to ensuring Americans understand the facts about one-size-fits-all new government health insurance systems, like Medicare for All, Medicare buy-in and the public option,” said Lauren Crawford Shaver, the Partnership’s executive director. “While we agree that more can and should be done to expand access to affordable, high-quality coverage, a one-size-fits-all system would do the opposite as Americans are forced to pay more to wait longer for worse care. Today, about 90 percent of Americans are covered and millions more are eligible for care under our current system. Instead of starting over, we should build on what’s working and fix what isn’t.”