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DCCC Releases New TV Ad in NY-19: “Taking Us For A Ride”

2 monthes ago   |   By DCCC

The DCCC released a new TV ad in the race for New York's 19th Congressional District, “Taking Us For A Ride,” highlighting Marc Molinaro's flagrant abuse of taxpayer funds for his own luxury enjoyment.
While workers and families faced real economic pressure during the pandemic, Marc Molinaro tried using his power as county executive to spend more than $12 million in pandemic relief aid to upgrade luxury box seats and a party deck at the county's minor league baseball stadium.
His abuse of taxpayer funds goes back years. Molinaro has spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars for his...
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DCCC Releases New TV Ad in OR-06: “See”

DCCC Releases New TV Ad in OR-06: “See”

2 monthes ago   |   By DCCC

The DCCC released a new TV ad in the race for OR-06, “ See ,” highlighting Republican Mike Erickson's extreme anti-choice agenda.
The advertisement highlights how Erickson's radical record on abortion isn't just incredibly dangerous, but also incredibly hypocritical. It reminds voters that Erickson once paid for an ex-girlfriend's abortion, despite the fact that he has campaigned on a “ strict anti-abortion platform ” that would “ ban abortion in Oregon .”
The ad - the first to run in OR-06 from the DCCC IE - is airing in the Portland media market beginning today and is part of the...
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DCCC Releases New TV Ad in OH-01: “Obsessed”

DCCC Releases New TV Ad in OH-01: “Obsessed”

2 monthes ago   |   By DCCC

The DCCC released a new TV ad in the race for Ohio's 1st Congressional District, “ Obsessed ,” highlighting Rep. Steve Chabot's decades-long obsession with ripping away women's right to an abortion, even in cases of rape, incest, or risk to the mother's life.
Rep. Chabot has been a leader for decades in Republicans' extreme and dangerous crusade to ban abortion and threaten the livelihoods of millions of women, including sponsoring legislation that would outlaw birth control.
The ad - the first to run in OH-01 from the DCCC IE - is airing in Cincinnati beginning...
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DCCC Releases New TV Ad in NM-02: “Charged”

DCCC Releases New TV Ad in NM-02: “Charged”

2 monthes ago   |   By DCCC

The DCCC released a new TV ad in the race for NM-02, “ Charged ,” highlighting extremist Yvette Herrell's dangerous support for abortion restrictions that would have women and doctors jailed if she had her way.
Yvette Herrell is one of the most extreme Republicans in Congress. She not only wants to deny women access to abortions, even in the case of rape, incest or when the life of a woman is at risk, she wants to criminalize women and healthcare providers. Herrell co-sponsored legislation to make abortion a felony for rape victims and doubled down on her anti-abortion extremism just last...
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DCCC Releases New TV Ads in VA-02

DCCC Releases New TV Ads in VA-02

2 monthes ago   |   By DCCC

The DCCC released two new TV ads in the race for Virginia's 2nd Congressional District, “Sorry” and “Gurney,” highlighting the threat that Republican Jen Kiggans poses to abortion access and reproductive health care for Virginians.
“Sorry,” and “Gurney” paint a picture of what could happen in Virginia if Jen Kiggans and her extremist anti-abortion allies get control of Congress: Women, doctors, and nurses could be prosecuted for providing health care. Both ads highlight Jen Kiggans' anti-abortion votes in the state legislature, and “Gurney” highlights how prosecutions are already happening...
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