The policy partner of the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), State Government Leadership Foundation (SGLF) announced Monday a six-figure ad buying campaign that highlighted President Joe Biden’s failures in Washington, DC and across the nation.
According to a press release, “Tale of Two Americas,” the national ad campaign is intended to highlight the “contrasting life of conservative leadership and the policy failures of Washington, D.C., that are being copied in liberal states across America” by state Democrats.
In a series to be released ads, the group’s first ad was Which America?. It “consists of a montage powerful visuals juxtaposing liberal and conservative views on issues such as community safety, academic achievement, economic opportunity, and community safety.”
The ad says:
Our country is a story of two Americas. One is full of freedom. One is full of freedom. The other is full of fear. We can choose between opportunity and hardship. Education or indoctrination. Rule of law, or lawlessness. You can be strong or you can be weak. Americans are suffering from the failures of liberals. Conservative ideas are helping us move forward. What America would you like to live in?
The advertisement will run on multiple digital platforms in several battleground states, including Arizona, Colorado and Georgia, Maine. Michigan, Minnesota. Nevada. New Mexico. New York. Oregon. Pennsylvania.
Dee Duncan, Executive Director of SGLF, stated that “the failed policies we see from Washington D.C. are being emulated across the country because the cost of living has skyrocketed, violent crime is on rise, and our kids are not reaching their full potential.”
Duncan said that a woke America is becoming a weak America. The only way to correct this and move forward is to follow the blueprints of conservative states across America and the commonsense suggestions they are spreading.”
The new ad series by SGLF follows the “Let Kids Learn” campaign that was launched in February 2021. It called for Democrats to “follow the science and allow kids to return to the classroom full-time, five times per week.”