April 19th, 2010
09:38 AM ET
5 years ago

Stupak stars in new House GOP campaign

The NRCC unveiled StupakSellouts.com on Monday.
The NRCC unveiled StupakSellouts.com on Monday.

Washington (CNN) - House Republicans continued the drumbeat Monday against President Obama's health care reform law with a new online effort criticizing 15 Democrats for supporting the legislation.

The National Republican Congressional Committee unveiled a Web page named after Michigan Rep. Bart Stupak, the anti-abortion rights Democrat who made an eleventh-hour deal with the White House on abortion language that ensured his party had enough votes to pass the massive health care overhaul bill.

"The goal is to keep the bill fresh on the minds of voters in targeted districts," Ken Spain, the NRCC's communications director, told CNN.

Read a list of House Democrats being targeted after the jump:

The 15 House Democrats being targeted include:

Rep. Alan Mollohan of West Virginia
Rep. Baron Hill of Indiana
Rep. Chris Carney of Pennsylvania
Rep. Ciro Rodriguez of Texas
Rep. David Obey of Wisconsin
Rep. Dennis Cardoza of California
Rep. Earl Pomeroy of North Dakota
Rep. Jim Costa of California
Rep. Joe Donnelly of Indiana
Rep. John Salazar of Colorado
Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper of Pennsylvania
Rep. Paul Kanjorski of Pennsylvania
Rep. Ron Klein of Florida
Rep. Steve Driehaus of Ohio
Rep. Tom Perriello of Virginia

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Filed under: Health care • NRCC
soundoff (26 Responses)
  1. abdirahman

    Americans need not to be told the advantage of H/care.Let GOp make noise and Americans vote for Democrates

    April 19, 2010 11:27 am at 11:27 am |
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