WASHINGTON – The Heritage Foundation announced today the launch of a $1.1 million television ad campaign called “Fight for America, Vote for America” to expose the dystopian goals of the extreme left and activate the nation for a better America.
The ads will run nationally for four weeks on Discovery Channel, HGTV, History, and Fox News Channel. The ads direct viewers to Heritage’s “Fight for America, Vote for America” webpage and encourage them to engage in various ways, including registering to vote.
“America’s great experiment in liberty needs defending, and The Heritage Foundation is at the forward edge of the fight for our future,” said Heritage Foundation President Kay C. James. “The radical left has a different idea about what America should be and has shown that it will hold nothing back to achieve its objectives. Many politicians who share the left’s beliefs refuse to do anything to stop the violence or to even denounce it.”
The ads outline the choice between two different visions for America. The far left threatens to take more control of our lives and livelihoods and appears ready to use any means necessary to achieve power. The Heritage Foundation, representing the views of Americans everywhere – including those who don’t label themselves conservative – advocates for the freedom that produces prosperity and opportunity and improves everyone’s quality of life, no matter their political affiliation or background.
“The Heritage Foundation offers hope and won’t surrender to those who only offer havoc,” said James. “We will fight for America against the mob and against socialism and we’re asking millions of Americans who love their country and the founding ideals it represents to join us.”
Americans who visit the “Fight for America, Vote for America” webpage will have access to resources to push back against a growing tide of radicalism that would fundamentally change America for the worse.
The “Fight for America, Vote for America” ads may be viewed here:
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