For Immediate Release
Montgomery, AL — Today, Independent Women’s Voice announced that Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) has signed the ObamaCare Repeal Pledge. Sen. Strange is the incumbent senator from Alabama, and a candidate in the Senate Special Election on September 26th.
"Sen. Luther Strange’s decision to take Pledge shows he gets it when it comes to health care,” said Heather R. Higgins, President and CEO of Independent Women's Voice. “This clearly demonstrates to voters his commitment to the full and complete repeal of ObamaCare.”
“Sen. Strange understands the harm that ObamaCare has already caused through increased premiums and costs, and a decreasing quality of care,” added Higgins. “Under ObamaCare people lost their plans, their doctors, and their ability to afford healthcare. And all of this will continue to grow worse if ObamaCare isn’t turned back.”
"Since the Affordable Care Act passed, many conservative lawmakers, including Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Mike Lee, Sen. Deb Fischer, Sen. Tom Cotton, Sen. Cory Gardner, Sen. Orrin Hatch, and Sen. Marco Rubio have signed IWV’s ObamaCare Repeal Pledge promising to undo the ACA. Karen Handel in Georgia’s 6th District signed the Repeal Pledge and won her special election earlier this year."
"The Repeal Pledge was designed as a litmus test to help the American public understand which candidates and office holders are serious about repeal, versus those who claim to be but won't actually take action," continued Higgins. "With this commitment, Sen. Luther Strange passes that test."
The Repeal Pledge is a project of Independent Women's Voice, a 501(c)(4) nonpartisan, nonprofit organization.
For more information on The Repeal Pledge, including a complete list of signers, please visit www.TheRepealPledge.com
Independent Women's Voice is a 501(c)(4) nonpartisan, nonprofit organization for mainstream women, men and families dedicated to promoting limited government, free markets, and personal responsibility.
Victoria Coley | VP of Communications
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