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DSCC Launches NEW Digital Ad Targeting Arizona Voters in Wake of Alabama Senate Election: “They Did Nothing”

Digital Ad Holds Congresswoman McSally Accountable for Refusing to Stand Up to Moore

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee today is launching a new digital ad, “They Did Nothing,” to make sure voters know Congresswoman McSally refused to stand up to Roy Moore – a candidate who has assaulted and harassed young women in their teens, wrote a course on why women shouldn’t run for public office, and thinks repealing Constitutional Amendments that gave women the right to vote and abolished slavery would “eliminate many problems.” The ad will run immediately in Arizona as part of an ongoing six-figure digital buy.

McSally Refused To Comment On Allegations Against Moore. [KZJJ, 12/8/17]

McSally On Whether Supported Moore, Said Congress Was “Crawling With Dirty Old Men, Creeps, And Predators,” And It Was Not Her Job To Remove Them All.[Twitter, @joeferguson, 12/7/17]

From Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Communications Director, Lauren Passalacqua: “Congresswoman McSally was wrong to do nothing in the face of Roy Moore’s candidacy and his dangerous, out-of-touch record. Unlike Republicans like John McCain and Alabama Senator Richard Shelby, McSally put political expediency and the interests of her party ahead of what’s right, and voters deserve an explanation. The DSCC will make sure voters don’t forget it.”

The ad is below:

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