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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - David Winston
President Obama completed an ambitious fundraising schedule for Democrats in November, but many of the congressional candidates he is trying to help are finding their election prospects next year imperiled by the president's faulty health care law.
With his popularity sinking and his faulty health-care law endangering Democratic candidates, President Obama will head out of Washington Sunday to show he's still an asset to his party — by raising campaign money
Polls tend to show that a plurality of voters disapprove of Obamacare, but that they would rather see lawmakers carve out an alternative solution to the law than force a government shutdown to defund it.
Republicans and Democrats are in agreement on the fate of 97 percent of the George W. Bush-era tax cuts that are set to expire in January - it's the remaining sliver that has spurred a bloody campaign battle that could feature prominently in the midterm elections.
David Winston, a pollster for House GOP leaders, said Mr. Cantor learned a lesson from the 2012 election: Republicans must offer a clear center-right vision to voters if they want to get elected.
Mr. Winston said House leaders started laying out their agenda in the 2010 Pledge to America, but that message was muddied by the Romney presidential campaign, which was intent on making the election a referendum on Mr. Obama's record.