(CNN) – After a rocky rollout of President Barack Obama's health care law, a Democratic group is ramping up efforts to promote the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
Organizing for Action, the political group that was formed from Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, is launching a monthlong digital ad campaign Friday, touting success stories under the health care law, with paid ads featured on social media and national news websites.
(CNN) - A worn-sounding President Obama urged his most ardent supporters Monday to maintain their drive enrolling Americans in his health law's exchanges, saying their support was even more essential now that it's clear a chunk of potential enrollees won't be able to use the troubled HealthCare.gov website.
The botched rollout of the site has "fed" misinformation about the Affordable Care Act, Obama added during an audio address to supporters of Organizing for Action, the political group that was formed from his 2012 re-election campaign.
Washington (CNN) - It's every twentysomething's worst nightmare: a pre-family dinner phone call from mom and dad punctuated by the ever-ominous sounding, "We have something really important to talk to you about."
But Organizing for Action, the political advocacy group closely aligned with President Barack Obama's agenda, is trying to flip nightmares about difficult conversations over pot roast and mashed potatoes on its head to support the Affordable Care Act.
Washington (CNN) – The pro-Obama group Organizing for Action Tuesday will begin running digital banner ads urging internet users to send House Speaker John Boehner a message telling him to end the federal government shutdown.
The group tells CNN ads will run most prominently on the homepage of the Washington Post, taking over both the top and sides of the newspaper's website. Featuring a picture of Boehner leaning against a large circuit-breaker switch in the off position, the ads urge viewers to add their name to OFA's "Enough Already" campaign.
Washington (CNN) - "Irresponsible," "reckless," and "destructive."
Those are the words used to describe tea party Republicans in a new TV commercial by Organizing for America, the non-profit political organization formed from President Barack Obama's re-election campaign that supports the president's agenda.
(CNN) - The awkward position in which progressive allies of President Barack Obama find themselves can be seen clearly in the actions of his former political arm, now called Organizing for Action, which despite the need for activists to lobby Congress to support the president's call for military strikes, is essentially voting "present."
Capitol Hill is all but singularly focused on Obama’s push for congressional authorization to use force in Syria, and the president has canceled a trip to California next week to devote his time and energy to lobbying lawmakers.FULL STORY
(CNN) - The independent political group supporting President Barack Obama’s agenda will on Thursday release a new television commercial promoting the successes of his signature healthcare law.
Entitled “Every Day,” the Organizing for Action ad tells the story of a Huntersville, North Carolina, family who received an insurance rebate because of reforms implemented under the Affordable Care Act.
(CNN) – Organizing for Action, the political advocacy group aligned with President Barack Obama, has turned the much-hyped, hour-long speech the president delivered in Illinois on Wednesday into a 60-second television spot that will air on national cable.
Clips of the president are spliced together with photographs of construction workers, manufacturers, students, and families, all designed to promote the economic message the White House says will be their focus on the coming months.
Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama gave some of his most active and rowdy former campaign supporters on Monday an early glimpse of his return to speaking about jobs and the economy as he prepares for a three-speech tour to refocus his administration's message.
Speaking at an event sponsored by Organizing for Action, the political advocacy group formed from his campaign organization, the president urged his backers to help rally support for some of his second-term priorities, even as some of those issues languish in Congress.
Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama is teaming up with some of his biggest supporters, who hope to push the president's agenda over the next month.
The president speaks Monday to Organizing for Action, the pro-Obama advocacy group that was spun off from the president's 2012 re-election campaign. The "Action August" conference, to be held at a downtown hotel in the nation's capital, is designed to plan the group's activities during the August congressional recess in support of the president's policy agenda.