Jay Chen

California’s 45th (CA - 45)

Updated: September 30, 2022

Overview

This race will be decided with one fundamental question in mind – which candidate will dedicate themselves to serving and delivering results for the people of Southern California. Michelle Steel has committed to pushing her dangerous agenda in Congress and is too extreme for the people of Southern California.

Summary

Voters need to see TV ads on broadcast and cable and voters who are OTT/CTV subscribers need to see digital ads about:

  • Michelle Steel sponsored a bill that would ban all abortions nationwide with no exceptions for rape, incest, or danger to the pregnant woman’s life. Her bill would even put birth control and fertility treatment at risk.

Women voters under 50 need to learn across the district through digital ads and Women voters under 50 should receive mail about:

  • Michelle Steel sponsored a bill that would ban all abortions nationwide with no exceptions for rape, incest, or danger to the pregnant woman’s life. Her bill would even put birth control and fertility treatment at risk.

Vietnamese voters need to see TV ads on ethnic cable and Vietnamese voters who are OTT/CTV subscribers need to see digital ads, and Vietnamese voters who are under 55 across the district need to see digital ads about:

  • Michelle Steel sided with her NRA campaign donors when she voted against common-sense, bipartisan gun safety policies that would keep our communities safe and reduce school shootings like the massacre in Uvalde, Texas. She voted against background checks and blocking people convicted of domestic violence from buying a gun.

Hispanic registered Democrats or NPP voters who speak English or Spanish across the district should see digital ads in English or Spanish depending on the language they request their ballots about:

  • Michelle Steel sided with her NRA campaign donors when she voted against common-sense, bipartisan gun safety policies that would keep our communities safe and reduce school shootings like the massacre in Uvalde, Texas. She voted against background checks and blocking people convicted of domestic violence from buying a gun.

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Additional Resources

Steel Research Book




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