10/29 Weekly Roundup
October 30, 2018
We are at 8 days until Election Day—and the airwaves and digital channels are crowded with campaign ads. To make sure you catch the powerful ads from our Democratic AG candidates, check out this weekly round-up below with a spotlight on ads in Michigan and Wisconsin.
Dana Nessel (MI)
Twins: As a mom to premature twins who spent weeks in the NICU, Dana Nessel knows how important access to affordable health care is for families. As AG, she will fight to protect coverage for people with pre-existing conditions and fight to make sure Michigan families have access to life-saving care.
Josh Kaul (WI)
Long Enough : Incumbent AG Brad Schimel tested only 9 rape kits in 2 years. Wisconsin deserves an AG who won’t keep people waiting for justice. Josh Kaul is a former federal prosecutor with the experience Wisconsin needs to keep them safe.
Additional ads from Democratic Attorney General Candidates include:
Mike Lee (AR)
Do Not Rehire: Incumbent AG Leslie Rutledge was fired as an attorney for the state for abandoning foster kids and is failing the people as AG by not taking on companies responsible for the opioid crisis. On November 6th, do not rehire Leslie Rutledge.
January Contreras (AZ)
Promised: AG Mark Brnovich claims to represent the people of Arizona, but his actions prove that he is more loyal to utility companies who profit off his politics. January Contreras will answer to the people of Arizona, not special interests.
Phil Weiser (CO)
Our Rights Depend on It: Phil Weiser’s opponent keeps running negative ads falsely depicting the work Phil Weiser has done in service of the law. Phil Weiser knows the law and knows why he is running for AG: our rights depend on it.
Kathy Jennings (DE)
Kathy Jennings for Attorney General: Kathy Jennings brings decades of experience keeping the people of Delaware safe as the first woman to serve as Delaware’s State prosecutor. As Delaware’s next AG, she will continue protecting the People.
Sean Shaw (FL)
Legacy: Sean Shaw’s biggest inspiration was his father, late Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Leander Shaw. As your next AG, Sean will put the lessons he learned from his father about hard work and fighting for justice into practice as he serves the people of Florida.
Kwame Raoul (IL)
November 6th: For Kwame Raoul, November 6th is a deeply personal day. It is the day he overcame a personal tragedy, and also the day he was appointed to serve in President Barack Obama’s state senate seat. This year, it will be the day that he continues standing up for Illinois families and as your next AG.
Scared: These women can’t support GOP candidate Erika Harold because she does not support their right to healthcare coverage for pre-existing conditions. On November 6th, voters can choose an AG candidate who believes healthcare should be a right, not a privilege. Voters can choose Kwame Raoul.
Dana Nessel (MI)
Clean Water: Vote for Dana Nessel, the AG candidate who believes drinking water should be a right for all Michiganders.
Aaron Ford (NV)
Midwife: GOP candidate Wes Duncan wants to restrict a woman’s right to choose and defund Planned Parenthood. Wes Duncan is wrong for Nevada.
Steve Dettelbach (OH)
Say: As Ohio’s next AG, Steve Dettelbach will bring his experience prosecuting corruption on both sides of the aisle into the office of the AG. Dave Yost on the other hand, will bring his experience benefitting from corruption by putting big corporations over people.
United: As a former prosecutor, Steve Dettelbach worked with community members to unite against hate amongst targeted attacks in the community. As Ohio’s next AG, Steve Dettelbach will work hard to make sure hate has no space in Ohio.
No Business: As a prosecutor, Dave Yost failed the people of Ohio and let sexual predators go free. As Ohio’s next AG, Steve Dettelbach will bring justice for victims keep Ohioans safe.