SCHOFIELD - Earlier this week, people found out Affordable Care Act premiums would go up by an average of more than 20 percent next year. In some cases, that could make some payments go up $50 to $300 per month.
It's just one reason two senators called Obamacare "a disaster."
WI). Graham said Johnson would find a bipartisan way to lower costs and increase coverage if elected to another term.
"I hope and pray that the people of Wisconsin will understand that if you think Obamacare is not working for you then you need to vote to make sure it will work for you," said Graham. "And the person that voted for it is never going to fix it in my view."
Graham said the worst is yet to come unless the current system is fixed.
Johnson says he understands how to fix the problems facing the country's healthcare system.
"It's about returning freedom of choice to patients, go back to when premiums were a third of what they are today," said Johnson. "People have to understand they've doubled and tripled. We have to go back to when premiums were a half and a third of what they are today, and re-interject free market principles into the healthcare market."
The White House said nearly all Obamacare customers will get tax credits to offset the higher premium hikes.