The NRCC is launching online banner ads against 10 vulnerable Democrats ahead of this week’s vote on the Student Success Act.
Democrats’s desire to put Washington bureaucrats in charge of everything, from your health care to your kids’ schools, has gone overboard. We’re reminding voters that, by voting no, these House Democrats will be standing up for Washington special interests instead of parents, students, and teachers.
The banner ads, which are running on education blogs, urge voters to tell the Democrats “Put your kids first—not Washington bureaucrats,” and are geo-targeted towards the following Democratic districts: Ron Barber (AZ-02), Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-09), Ami Bera (CA-07), Raul Ruiz (CA-36), Scott Peters (CA-52), Collin Peterson (MN-07), Mike McIntyre (NC-07), Pete Gallego (TX-23), Jim Matheson (UT-04), and Nick Rahall (WV-03).
We’re reminding these vulnerable Democrats that they’ll need to explain to the voters why they chose to put Washington’s interests ahead of those who know best – parents, students, and teachers.