(Bloomberg) — Republican governors seeking to make their states enemy territory for the Affordable Care Act are facing a counteroffensive. Among the vanguard: two 74-year-old retirees walking the streets of working-class New Jersey.

Margot Lee and Claude Cesard recently went door-to-door to pitch the health law’s benefits. They’re among thousands of supporters mobilized by the nonprofit group Enroll America to encourage the uninsured to sign up for the ACA’s new health plans, one household at a time.

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