New Print Ad Released through Facebook Outlines Powerful Interests She’s Stood Up To
Saturday on Facebook, 6th congressional district Republican Jeanne Ives released the following print ad through Facebook:
Along with the above print ad, the same Facebook post linked to the press release Ives’ campaign released last Monday concerning “A Silence of the Scams”, which McHenry County Blog published here.
Clearly, Ives is establishing herself as a reformer, and someone willing to stand up to powerful interests within both parties.
She’s previously used the same messaging against Congressman Sean Casten when H.R. 4863, the Export-Import Bank reauthorization act, passed passed the House with Casten’s vote on November 15, which was published on McHenry County Blog the same day.
Usually a candidate cannot go wrong calling out corruption, and Ives has a record to back up her call outs.
It’s a safe bet Ives’ campaign is using this anti-corruption/anti-cronyism message in her 4th quarter fundraising to finish the year strong raising money.
UPDATE: Ives issues new “Crony Capitalism” print ad against Sean Casten on Monday, mid-day
Link from ad, and today’s POLITICO article concerning Squad and Export-Import bank legislation (H.R. 4863):
- Washington Examiner 9/18/19: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/columnists/the-u-s-export-import-bank-is-chinas-cash-cow
- POLITICO 12/2/19: https://www.politico.com/news/2019/12/02/maxine-waters-congress-freshman-aoc-074249