Obamacare Enrollment Surges in Red States, Breaking Records

Washington, D.C. – The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, has seen a surge in sign-ups, particularly in conservative “red” states. The recent increase in enrollments has brought the total number of people with health care coverage under the ACA to a record 21.3 million.

This surge in sign-ups comes at a time when President Biden has been actively working to lower the costs of health care for all Americans. The record number of enrollments marks a significant milestone for the ACA, which has faced numerous challenges and attempts to repeal it in the past.

In addition to the national surge in sign-ups, Texas has reported a significant increase in enrollments, with more Texans than ever before now enrolled in ACA health plans. This increase in sign-ups has been seen as a positive development, especially considering the state’s previous resistance to the ACA.

The trend of increased sign-ups is not limited to Texas, as red states across the country have also reported more people enrolling in ACA health plans. This shift in enrollment patterns indicates a growing acceptance and appreciation for the benefits provided by the ACA, even in states where it has faced significant political opposition.