Bilingual Ad Campaign Spotlights 7 Biden District Republicans Voting “NO” On Accountability
Following the bipartisan passage of articles of impeachment against President Trump, the DCCC launched its first bilingual targeted ad campaign of the 2022 election. The customized video ads will run in the seven districts won by President-Elect Biden that are currently represented by Republicans who voted to give President Trump another chance to incite an insurrectionist mob.
This ad campaign, targeted to persuadable voters, recognizes that voters’ top concern includes the threat of another QAnon mob in the coming days if President Trump is allowed to continue to incite violence.
“President Trump incited a QAnon mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol and left five Americans dead, including a police officer who was murdered. And now, after promoting the very same conspiracy theories that incited this mob, the vast majority of House Republicans caved to President Trump, handing him yet another chance to incite violence against Americans he sees as the enemy, instead of supporting bipartisan articles of impeachment,” said DCCC Spokesperson Cole Leiter. “This is not only wrong and un-American, but it will cost these representatives their jobs in 2022.”
Ads will run in the following districts, and in English and in Spanish in districts marked by a *: