New 60 Plus Ad Highlights Clear Differences in McSally-Barber Race

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The 60 Plus Association, nationally recognized as the conservative alternative to the liberal AARP, today launched a new ad campaign in Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District that contrasts Martha McSally’s record as a veteran and her promise to repeal Obama’s health care law with Ron Barber’s experience as a political insider and supporter of Washington’s health care law.

“Voters in Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District have a clear choice this November,” said Jim Martin, Chairman and Founder of 60 Plus.  “By supporting the repeal of Obama’s health care legislation, Martha McSally has defended our promise to seniors.  Barber, however, voted against the repeal of Washington’s health care legislation, which slashes $716 billion from Medicare to fund other government programs and puts an unelected, unaccountable bureaucracy in charge of seniors’ health care decisions.  Where McSally has put seniors first, Barber has consistently put politics ahead of policy.”

Beginning on October 18, the $150,000 ad campaign will run in the Tucson media market.  To view the ad, please click here.


For Congress, real differences.

Martha McSally is a 22 year air force veteran; the first woman to fly in combat since the Gulf War.

Ron Barber is a political insider, who took a 43 percent taxpayer-funded pay raise while Arizona families were struggling.

McSally will repeal Washington’s health care law that takes $700 billion for Medicare.

Barber voted against repeal and with his party nearly 90 percent.

Vote against Ron Barber.

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