Sullivan Statement on ObamaCare Repeal Vote

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Sullivan (R-AK) released the following statement tonight after voting for H.R. 1628, the Health Care Freedom Act:

“Three years ago, as I crisscrossed the state, I heard story after story of families and small businesses who were experiencing fewer healthcare choices and paying skyrocketing costs for health insurance,” Senator Sullivan said. “After hearing those stories, I pledged to help those Alaskans who were hurting. Since coming to the Senate, the situation in Alaska and across the country has only gotten worse, and I’ve continued to hear even more heartbreaking stories. My staff and I have worked relentlessly to honor my pledge. Tonight, my heart aches for these hard-working Alaskans and their families, but they should know that I’m not done fighting.”