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The pro-Affordable Care Act group Save My Care is launching a new round of ads against vulnerable Republican incumbents who voted for the House replacement bill, including web ads, mobile billboards and Spanish-language digital and radio ads, according to details provided to Axios. The targets include:

  • Reps. Jim Renacci, Bruce Poliquin, Martha McSally, Mark Amodei (homepage takeovers — ads dominating the homepages of news websites)
  • McSally, Amodei and Renacci, plus House Speaker Paul Ryan (mobile billboards)
  • Jeff Denham, McSally and Amodei (Spanish-language ads)
  • Pat Tiberi, Steve Chabot, and Renacci (TV ads — previously announced)

Why it matters: The constant trolling shows the protests against the House vote aren't disappearing. And the messages aren't subtle — the mobile billboard in Renacci's district claims he "just voted to rip health care away from 654,000 Ohioans."

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In her first week on the job, Amy Coney Barrett may be deciding which votes to count in the presidential election. By her third week, she’ll be deciding the fate of the Affordable Care Act.

Where it stands: The Senate votes on Barrett’s nomination tomorrow. If she’s confirmed, Chief Justice John Roberts is expected to swear her in at the Supreme Court within hours, an administration official tells Axios.

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