NEW ADS: Bruising Primaries Leave GOP Candidates Irreparably Damaged Ahead of General Election

Braun, Morrisey, and DeWine have been lambasted
for months by their fellow Republicans

Today, immediately following Senate primaries in Indiana and West Virginia, and the gubernatorial primary in Ohio, American Bridge released new digital ads targeting the newly minted Republican candidates. The ads ask Hoosiers, West Virginians, and Ohioans – if their new nominees’ fellow Republicans so thoroughly denounced them, why should any Republican voter have confidence in their candidacies?

The 30-second ads will play this week on social media in Indiana, West Virginia, and Ohio, targeted to Republican voters. Among the damaging attacks on their U.S. Senate and gubernatorial nominees that voters will hear straight from the mouths of their fellow Republicans are: 

“Mike Braun is just willing to say anything to get elected.” – Rep. Luke Messer (R-IN)
“The problem with Patrick Morrisey is he’s just not being honest.” – Rep. Evan Jenkins (R-WV)
“That’s what Mike DeWine represents, he is the establishment… he is a career […]

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NEW AD: Bruising Ohio Primary Leaves DeWine Irreparably Damaged Ahead of General Election

Today, immediately following the Ohio gubernatorial primary election, American Bridge released new digital ads targeting newly ordained Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine. The ad asks Ohio voters – if DeWine’s fellow Republican, Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, has so thoroughly denounced him, how can any Republican voter trust him to be their governor?

The 30-second ad will play this week on social media in Ohio targeted to Republican voters.

American Bridge spokesperson Zach Hudson said, “Mike DeWine was forced to spend nearly $6 million in a bruising Republican primary — and came away with his opponent’s damaging attacks still sticking to his back. Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor summarized it best — Mike DeWine is part of the status quo establishment and has been more focused on advancing his own career than in helping Ohio families. If this is what fellow Republicans were willing to say about DeWine, how can any Ohioan trust him?”

Read more after the jump.