Friday marked the two-year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. The issue remains a hot topic in this election year, with Democrats and Republicans seeking to use the issue to their advantage.
In the days before the anniversary, the Democratic National Committee seeded the ground, sending mailers to women talking about the preventative care services covered by the act. (See photos of the mailers here and here.)
But the Republican National Committee also sought to influence voters in this key swing state, making robocalls to seniors registered as independents. Here's the transcript for the call: "In 2008 Barack Obama campaigned on the promise of providing relief to American families and creating jobs. Instead of the relief he promised, health care premiums are rising, budget deficits skyrocket, and 6 million Seniors will lose their prescription drug benefits. America can’t afford 4 more years of Barack Obama. Help us defeat Obama in November."