Dem U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Godlewski today announced a six-figure digital ad targeting likely primary voters with a vow to “work to protect choice once and for all.”
Godlewski’s campaign said the statewide buy will run on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and other web platforms.
In the 15-second ad, Godlewski says, “The Supreme Court is deciding the future of choice right now.”
It was launched the same day the court heard oral arguments on a Texas law banning abortions after six weeks. That law also allows private lawsuits against health care workers for facilitating the termination of a pregnancy after six weeks.
“I’m tired of politicians who treat reproductive freedom as an afterthought,” Godlewski says. “It’s a fundamental fight for our health care.”
Godlewski is the second Dem U.S. Senate candidate to begin an advertising campaign. Alex Lasry, who’s on leave from his job with the Milwaukee Bucks, has spent more than $1.1 million on a TV buy.