New Ad Warns That Democrats Will ‘Blindly Follow the Pelosi Agenda’ New Ad Warns That Democrats Will ‘Blindly Follow the Pelosi Agenda’ – NTK Network

New Ad Warns That Democrats Will ‘Blindly Follow the Pelosi Agenda’

"Only Republicans can stop them. Only you can stop Nancy Pelosi. Vote Tuesday, November 6."

By NTK Staff | 11.02.2018 @1:53pm

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released a new ad, which warns voters about what a Democratic-controlled Congress under House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi would look like on Friday.

“A reinvigorated resistance. Complete government control of your healthcare. Nancy Pelosi, second in line to the presidency. How did this happen? Because Republicans stayed home on Tuesday, November 6th,” the ad’s narrator said.

“Tuesday’s election has historic consequences. Will we elect a Republican to represent us in Congress, or will we allow a Democrat to take office and take us backwards?” the ad’s narrator asked.

The narrator then lists off several accomplishments that Republicans have achieved over the last two years, including historically low unemployment numbers, a booming economy, and defeating ISIS.

“The historic achievements of the past two years, gone. Instead, Democrats will blindly follow the Pelosi agenda,” the narrator continued. “Higher taxes, government-run healthcare, [and] even impeaching the president and members of the Supreme Court.”

“Only Republicans can stop them. Only you can stop Nancy Pelosi. Vote Tuesday, November 6th” the narrator concluded.

The minute-long radio ad is first-ever nationwide Get Out the Vote (GOTV) radio ad for the NRCC and will be broadcast in the following radio markets: Albuquerque, Atlanta. Bangor, Binghamton, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Greensboro, Houston, Kansas City, Norfolk, Sacramento, Syracuse, Topeka, and Utica.

“The stakes for Tuesday’s election couldn’t be higher. The NRCC has proven it knows how to mobilize and energize Republican voters. It’s critical that they turn out and prevent Nancy Pelosi from taking power,” NRCC communications director Matt Gorman said in a statement.

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