The Pennsylvania Commercial Action Network (PACAN) is unveiling "Replace Obamacare" billboards across Pennsylvania starting this week and offering a reward for evidence of voter fraud in the Keystone state. PACAN is an advocacy group for small- and medium-sized businesses.
From a PACAN press release:
First in Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley, PACAN's placements will remind a half million drivers a week to "Replace Obamacare," with plans to ramp up placements to reach 4 million viewers a week by the last week of October.
"The Congressional Budget Office is predicting that in 4 years, up to 20 million employer-sponsored plans will be cancelled because of Obamacare," said Managing Director Matt Balazik. "Our members have been worried that Obamacare's goal of a single-payer insurance market will affect their ability to keep a competitive advantage by offering exceptional health care plans to their employees and their families."
Also this week, PACAN is opening up a vote-fraud-reporting hotline (717-441-4388) and offering individuals the ability to print their own polling place signs advertising $1,000 rewards for information leading to a voter fraud conviction.
"We are asking voters, 'if you see something, say something.' Doing the right thing by reporting election fraud, which hurts everyone, is a civic responsibility that comes with its own reward. But, we'd like to let individuals know that there are folks out there who will support you and are very thankful you are willing to come forward, because not everyone will," added Director Skip Salvesen.