OFA launches ad on Obamacare and premiums

Organizing for Action -- the nonprofit offshoot of President Obama's reelection campaign -- is up with another ad defending the president's health-care law.

The latest ad features a family of three who say they received a $350 rebate last year and are paying $60 less per month for health insurance -- all after their insurance company informed them that their premiums would actually be rising by $110 per month.

"It's nice to see somebody's looking out for the little guy," says the father.

The ad is part of a seven-figure summer-long ad campaign by OFA playing up the successes of Obamacare. The latest ad is running on cable.

Aaron Blake covers national politics and writes regularly for The Fix.

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