|(Arlington, VA) – Yesterday, The Hill reported the launch of The LIBRE Initiative’s digital ad campaign in support of President Trump’s Supreme Court Justice nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, in key states: Georgia, North Carolina, Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Utah, Florida, Virginia, Ohio, New Mexico, Michigan and Nevada.
From the story:
The campaign is targeted at senators who will vote on Barrett’s nomination, mainly in battleground states with significant Hispanic populations.
“We commend President Donald Trump for selecting Amy Coney Barrett — a judge with extensive experience, qualified credentials, and who will defend the Constitution. Now more than ever we need a jurist who will decide each case based on the U.S. Constitution and the law — and not issue ruling based on his or her personal agenda,” said Daniel Garza, president of the Libre Initiative.
The campaign will feature digital ads in Georgia, North Carolina, Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Utah, Florida, Virginia, Ohio, New Mexico, Michigan and Nevada.
Barrett, a conservative Catholic, could appeal to Latino voters who skew toward the right on social issues.
But Libre’s ad blitz aims to encourage senators to support the nomination and participate in Senate hearings, focusing on Barrett’s originalist judicial philosophy.
“We look forward to the confirmation process where we will have an opportunity to directly hear from Amy Coney Barrett on how she intends to safeguard the Constitution while respecting that Congress was elected to legislate, not the courts,” said Garza.
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