Senate Democrats Don't Mention Obamacare On Campaign Websites

12 of 20 candidates ignore it on their websites

A Huffington Post analysis published Friday shows that a majority of the 2014 Democrats in the U.S. Senate running for re-election fail to mention Obamacare on their campaign websites.

The HuffPo analysis found that, of the 20 Democrat Senators seeking re-election, 12 of them failed to mention the law at all, while four more expressed support for the law while saying they wanted to work to change it. 

According to the article, the Senators failing to mention the law aren't necessarily just the more conservative Senators, either:

Even some of the more progressive-minded Senate candidates, like Sens. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), avoided Obamacare on their campaign websites.