The further you go down the ballot, the more people are still talking about the health-care law.
Some 4.6 million people have subsidized coverage -- and over 2 million likely pay $50 or less a month.
The health-care law's supporters are less numerous. They're also less passionate.
How 'issues' died. At least on candidates' websites.
Obamacare got no bump in the polls. Here's why.
The good news for Obamacare in recent weeks has done basically nothing to change perceptions of the law.
Yup. Seven whole minutes.
Republicans hate it. Democrats like it.
Well, running away from it won't work.