Republican In Raybould's First Ad Slams Fischer's Trade, Health Care Record

The Democrat's campaign manager said the spot will run statewide on cable.

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Zach C. Cohen
July 20, 2018, 10:53 a.m.

Lincoln City Councilmember Jane Raybould’s (D) first TV ad, narrated by “a lifelong Republican,” accuses Sen. Deb Fischer (R) of “failing to lead in Washington, making it even harder this year to make a living” because “she isn’t looking out for us on trade.” He also cites Nebraska’s loss of its seat on the agriculture committee her votes against Affordable Care Act repeal that “threaten to close rural hospitals across Nebraska.” (release)

“Raybould campaign manager Hilary Nachem says the ad is set to run on cable television throughout the state. She declined to say how many days the ad would run or how much the campaign spent on it.” (AP)


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