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As you may or may not know, State Senator and gubernatorial candidate, Vincent Sheehen's (D. SC) campaign is fighting back against the Republican Governors Association's false attack ads on Medicaid Expansion by calling out the RGA's own chairman, Governor Chris "Bridgegate" Christie's (R. NJ) own support for expanding Medicaid:
The first Republican Governors Association TV spot aired yesterday against Vincent, and as we expected, it was full of hypocrisy. Their ad attacked Vincent for wanting to keep South Carolina's federal Medicaid tax dollars working to help South Carolinians.
But here’s the problem: Chris Christie, chair of the RGA, ALSO took Medicaid money for his own state of New Jersey.
So, we had a little fun and we made a few minor modifications to their ad to highlight their hypocrisy.
But here’s the real amazing part: We wouldn’t have been able to respond within 24 hours without your help. Your generosity to our Rapid Response Fund helped make this possible and we couldn’t be more grateful.
Take a minute to watch the video, and then add your name to our online petition telling Chris Christie to keep his dirty politics out of South Carolina.