Hultgren Runs First TV Ad

A press release from Congressman Randy Hultgren:

Hultgren Runs First Campaign Ad of 2018 Election

Focuses on the Issues

Geneva, IL – U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren, running for re-election in the 14th Congressional District, has aired his first television ad of this campaign season. The 30-second spot rises above typical campaign ads and focuses on the issue of human trafficking that is plaguing our nation, an issue that Rep. Hultgren is passionate about and will continue to address when he is re-elected in November.

“As any parent will attest, there’s nothing more important than protecting our children and our communities. And as a husband and father of four children, including one daughter, one of the issues I’ve been particularly drawn to is the tragic human cost of human trafficking on families and especially children,” said Rep. Hultgren.

“As your representative in Congress, I’ve done my best to raise awareness of this issue that effects our region, and not just far-off corners of the world. Our work isn’t done by any means, but our progress is unmistakable.”

The Hultgren Campaign has made a significant ad buy on local cable networks and digital, and this first ad is one piece of a comprehensive TV and Digital advertising campaign that the voters can expect from Rep. Hultgren.


Hultgren Runs First TV Ad — 4 Comments

  1. Weird.

    It’s an attention-getter all right.

    And it vaguely gets into the racial identity politics that RINOs, like Hultgren, fear to tread.

    But the underlying message of the gold necklace bedecked, abusive inner-city pimp running drugged-out White girls as whores is all there.

    Guess Hultgren is waking up to the fact that racial identity politics can even be used by Whites, especially White politicos like Randy Dandy who’s running scared.

    Watch the left now scream “RACIST!!!!” over this ad, despite the ad’s very oblique racial message.

    The left will never talk about the racial realities of sex trafficking however.

    It’s the elephant in the room that can’t be broached. Like so many things.

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