New "MitchStakes" Website and Digital Ad Campaign Highlights How GOP Candidates Would Be a Rubber Stamp for Mitch McConnell
The New Hampshire Democratic Party today is launching a brand new website and digital ad campaign highlighting how all three Republican US Senate candidates are competing for Mitch McConnell’s support — by selling out New Hampshire to McConnell and his corporate special interest backers.
These are the first ads of this campaign cycle released by the New Hampshire Democratic Party against Chuck Morse, Kevin Smith, and Don Bolduc. The digital ads show how all three Republican Senate candidates are running in the "MitchStakes" primary to take Mitch McConnell’s orders for his corporate special interests.
The NHDP also launched a new website, MitchStakes.com, which will serve as a hub for Granite Staters to tune into the "MitchStakes" primary. The website will feature the latest news about the "MitchStakes" primary and is home to resources, research, and background information about how all three NH GOP Senate candidates are embracing Mitch McConnell’s agenda that will keep prescription drug prices high, jack up costs for New Hampshire families, defund Planned Parenthood, and put new restrictions on abortion. "No matter who wins the 'MitchStakes' primary in September, they would be a reliable yes vote for Mitch McConnell and his corporate special interest agenda — and Granite Staters would pay the price," said NHDP Chair Ray Buckley. "The website and digital ads are the latest additions to the ‘MitchStakes’ project that will show everyone how Chuck Morse, Kevin Smith, and Don Bolduc are all running in the Republican Senate primary to be rubber stamps for Mitch McConnell’s agenda that helps Big Pharma and Big Oil, and hurts New Hampshire." The "MitchStakes" website and digital ads are part of the "MitchStakes" project that will span the next six months through the New Hampshire primary on September 13 and will feature various digital, communications, and organizing tools to show how the Republican Senate candidates are running to see who would be the biggest sellout to Mitch McConnell and his corporate special interests — and how Granite Staters would pay the price.