From Underwood for Congress Campaign Press Release 10/27/20:
CONGRESSWOMAN LAUREN UNDERWOOD RELEASES FINAL AD OF 2020 REELECTION CAMPAIGN
“Keep Fighting” will run on broadcast and digital platforms
ST. CHARLES, IL – With just one week left until November 3rd, Congresswoman Lauren Underwood released the final campaign ad of her 2020 reelection campaign Tuesday.
The 60-second ad, “Keep Fighting” spotlights the hard work northern Illinois residents do every day: as parents, business owners, and community members. In the ad, Underwood shares some of the work she’s most proud of, including writing and passing the bipartisan Lower Insulin Costs Now Act to address the rising cost of the life-saving medication.
During filming, Underwood and local volunteers organized a food drive and donated more than 600 pounds of food to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry.
“I’m so inspired by the people I have the privilege to represent in Congress. During difficult times, we come together to support one another. It’s my honor to bring those northern Illinois values to Congress.
“Over the last two years, we have accomplished so much together, but our work is not done. I look forward to continuing the fight for our families in Congress.”Congresswoman Lauren Underwood statement, 10/27/20
“Keep Fighting” features real people from Illinois’ 14th Congressional District.
The ad will run on broadcast television and digital platforms.
OBSERVATION: Like challenger Jim Oberweis features a food drive with Chicago Pastor Corey Brooks through Project H.O.O.D. in his “Blessed” ad, Underwood highlights a food drive, noting in her release it’s in-district.
Separately, Underwood’s campaign released a 4-minute interview video with the McHenry County Farm Bureau members.
In a recent article about Underwood’s Farm Team PAC, comments made Underwood has not been near a farm.
What do you think of Underwood’s final commercial and/or her discussion with farmers here in McHenry County? Do you know the farmers?
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