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Politics Ex-White House staffer launches ads to get moms out to vote for Trump

21:11  28 september  2020
21:11  28 september  2020 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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A former White House aide is working to boost President Trump's support from mothers across the country by investing $3 million into an ad campaign targeting suburban moms.

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Jessica Anderson, executive director of Heritage Action for America, recently launched Moms for Safe Neighborhoods, which will air a 30-second spot on networks and shows that appeal to suburban women such as NBC's the Today show, A&E, Lifetime, and select shows on Fox News.

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"Moms across the country are seeing violence from protests spill into their community, putting their children and neighbors at risk," Anderson said in a statement. (MOMS) is a group of mothers horrified at violence and see President Trump as the only candidate who can keep their families safe."

This week, the ads will be focused in North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, all of which are critical must-wins for Trump heading into November.

The ad focuses on a mother turning out the light in her child's bedroom, then watching video footage of rioters in the United States. She is later confronted by rioters when she is driving in her car with her child and later wakes up from what appeared to be a dream.

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"Don't let this nightmare come true," the ads says, highlighting the words, "Vote against Biden Harris. You're not safe with them."

Beginning on Oct. 1, the group will also launch a grassroots get out the vote initiative again in North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.

Anderson previously worked for the Trump White House as associate director for intergovernmental affairs and strategic initiatives at the Office of Management and Budget, according to Politico.

Tags: News, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, 2020 Elections, Campaigns, White House

Original Author: Mica Soellner

Original Location: Ex-White House staffer launches ads to get moms out to vote for Trump

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