From the Morning Memo:

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee this week will release digital ads knocking three New York Republicans over the legal fight over the Affordable Care Act.

The ads knocking Reps. Lee Zeldin and Peter King, as well as Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, who is running for the Staten Island seat held by Democratic Rep. Max Rose.

The ads take issue with a Republican-backed lawsuit that is challenging a key provision of the ACA, commonly known as Obamacare, that is targeting the mandate that Americans have health insurance or pay a tax.

“If New York Republicans’ partisan lawsuit is successful, families across New York and the country will lose their insurance and be forced to pay more for the prescriptions and health care they need,” said DCCC spokeswoman Christine Bennett. “Thousands are at risk of immediately losing their health care thanks to Lee Zeldin and Pete King.”

King, the longest serving Republican from New York in the House, faced a competitive challenge last year from Democrat Liuba Grechen Shirley. Zeldin has represented the eastern Long Island district since 2014 that has been considered a battleground for both parties.

Malliotakis is running for the seat Rose flipped last year, unseating Republican Dan Donovan.

Nicole Malliotakis hedged on vaccines for months and apparently plans to dodge other questions on health care,” Bennett said. “The people of NY-11 deserve to know if she’s with them or with Washington Republicans and big insurance companies.”