Liberal groups hit GOP reps. on healthcare

The liberal group Americans United for Change is out with an early radio ad going after Rep. Charlie Bass (R-N.H.) for his vote to repeal the healthcare law.

The group is partnering with Daily Kos to fund the spot, which will run on five stations in Bass's congressional district starting Tuesday. Listen to the ad here.

"Congressman Bass gets affordable healthcare, with protections against insurance companies cutting him and his family off," the ad says. "No lifetime limits. No annual caps. No pre-existing conditions. But last month Bass voted to deny you and your family these same protections." 

Daily Kos is also going after Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) with a similar spot set to air in Milwaukee, Racine and Janesville for the next week. 

Reps. Sandy Adams (R-Fla.) and Leonard Lance (R-N.J.) are also targets of radio ads funded by the Blue America PAC.  

Bass's district has been an early target for Democrats. The Democratic-leaning district was one of 19 GOP-held districts the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee targeted with early radio ads last week.  

The Democratic nominee last cycle, Ann McLane Kuster, earned the backing of several liberal groups nationwide, ultimately losing a close contest to Bass.