RJC Launches Million Dollar Ad Campaign in North Dakota

The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) today announced it will launch a major TV ad campaign in the North Dakota Senate race. 

The $1 million television and digital advertising campaign will highlight the support of US Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) for President Obama’s dangerous nuclear deal with Iran. The RJC has bought TV airtime during the entire month of September in the Fargo and Minot markets. The ad, entitled “Roots,” highlights how Heitkamp abandoned her North Dakota commonsense values to side with Washington liberals in support of the disastrous Iran nuclear deal.

After the RJC ran a highly successful $530,000 advertising campaign in PA-1 in June about the record of Democratic candidate Scott Wallace, he was forced to run what the Cook Political Report called "an almost unheard-of June damage-control ad" and the Cook Report moved that race from "Toss Up" to "Lean Republican."

The RJC will continue to play a prominent role this fall in key Congressional races. 

RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said:

"Heidi Heitkamp voted for the Iran deal, putting party loyalty above American security and the desires of her constituents. She knew the deal was a dangerous risk that would give Iran access to some $100 billion, money that Iran has used to support terrorists like Hezbollah and the cruel Assad regime in Syria. The deal has made America less safe. 
"Now the voters of North Dakota can finally make Heitkamp answerable for her votes in Washington, especially her support for the dangerous Iran deal. This issue is important to the RJC, but importantly, it matters to all Americans and North Dakotans who care about national security."

Click here or on the image below to see the ad.