BOISE, IDAHO — U.S. Senate nominee Paulette Jordan today launched the second TV ad of her campaign, titled “Lullaby.”
Jordan’s ad comes as coronavirus cases in Idaho have spiked to record levels over the past two weeks while incumbent Senator Jim Risch has been absent and done nothing to warn the public, which is consistent with conduct for the past nine months we’ve suffered through this global pandemic. Today, Idaho Governor Brad Little ordered the state to move back from Phase 4 to Phase 3, a negligible change. Risch sat idly by and has sad nothing about the recent spike in cases and deaths in our state. Instead, today, he was in Washington participating in the ill-timed confirmation of a Supreme Court nominee who will strip away health care for Idahoans.
You can view the ad linked here.
He’s been in office for 47 years.
He’s become a multi-millionaire.
He’s sleeping on the job.
While coronavirus rages in Idaho.
His only response is to take away your health insurance.
It’s time to retire Senator Jim Risch.
DISCLAIMER: I’m Paulette Jordan, and I approve this message.
“Senator Risch refuses to work across the aisle, and he’s demonstrated throughout his time in the Senate that he could not care less about the health and safety of Idahoans,” Jordan said in a statement. “When I take his seat in the U.S. Senate, I’ll work with officials across the entire ideological spectrum to make sure we eradicate this deadly virus and solve the economic crisis we’re in.”
The ad will run on digital platforms immediately and will air on TV in the Boise market.
Paulette Jordan’s message is “People First Policy,” emphasizing health care, economic recovery, stewardship of land, and increased federal fiscal discipline and accountability. She is endorsed by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and EMILY’s List. More information about Jordan’s campaign for the U.S. Senate can be found at her website www.pauletteforsenate.com