The Democratic Coalition

Help us fight back against Trump's cuts to the ACA

Fight Trumps ACA Sabotage

Donald Trump wants the ACA to fail, which is why he recently cut the advertising budget by 90%, including a 40% cut to the in-person assistance program.

He also wants to take offline for long periods of time during open enrollment. And now he is ending subsidies as well.

You all know how important Open Enrollment is to the ACA's health and stability. Enrollment doesn’t happen by accident - it takes a lot of work by a lot of people. The Trump administration knows both of these things, too.

Trump can't kill the ACA through normal legislative means, but he is trying every other way to sabotage it.

That's why Trump has cut the open enrollment period in half from 90 days to 45 days and changed the ending date - normally the end of the year on December 31st - to the new date of December 15th. He's hoping people won't sign up.

So the Democratic Coalition is fighting back by launching our own advertising campaign for to ensure the ACA keeps running!

Please chip in what you can to help fund our advertising campaign! 

Donations will directly go towards the creation of digital ads promoting to ensure the ACA keeps running.  

Please donate a tweet or Facebook post here [] to help spread the word that the Open Enrollment Period to sign up for health insurance for 2018 starts November 1st, 2017 and runs through December 15th, 2017.

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