Sen. Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderOvernight Regulation: Appeals court upholds injunction on Trump travel ban | GOP bill would scrap 'micro-unions' Republicans introduce bill to scrap 'micro-unions' Overnight Healthcare: CBO fallout | GOP senators distance themselves from House bill | Trump budget chief blasts score | Schumer says House bill belongs 'in the trash' MORE (R-Tenn.) accused President Obama of trying to help his Democratic colleagues by delaying ObamaCare's second-year enrollment period until after the 2014 elections.

The administration made the announcement Friday that it would allow insurance companies an additional month to determine their 2015 rates on the exchanges.

“The only American consumers this change will help are Democratic politicians who voted for ObamaCare, because it delays disclosure of some of the law's most insidious effects until after the election,” said the ranking member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.

The change would prevent most consumers from knowing their 2015 ObamaCare premiums until after they go to the polls because of the shift in dates.

The next ObamaCare enrollment period will be delayed one-month, until Nov. 15, 2014 — less than two weeks after the midterm election.

Democrats have increased pressure on Obama to delay mandates under the Affordable Care Act, also know as ObamaCare, since the healthcare exchange roll-out debacle.

Sen. Mary LandrieuMary LandrieuMedicaid rollback looms for GOP senators in 2020 Five unanswered questions after Trump's upset victory Pavlich: O’Keefe a true journalist MORE (D-Md.) has seven Democratic co-sponsors to her bill, the Keeping the Affordable Care Act Promise Act, which would force the administration to keep its promise of “if you like your healthcare plan you can keep it,” after more than 3.5 million received cancelation notices from their insurers.