Raybould Ad Hits Fischer on Health Care, Trade

The spot highlights the Democrat's career as a grocer.

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Zach C. Cohen
Aug. 21, 2018, 10:32 a.m.

Lincoln City Councilmember Jane Raybould (D) released a TV ad on Tuesday accusing Sen. Deb Fischer (R) of voting to raise health insurance premiums.

It also highlights her work running her family’s grocery stores, where she hears “from customers who are struggling because Washington is failing Nebraska” on trade and health care.

Raybould: "I’ll always put Nebraska first. And if you think I can sack groceries well, I make a mean doughnut, too.” (release)


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