EAU CLAIRE, Wisc. – Today, the campaign to elect Rebecca Cooke to Congress launched its first TV ad in Wisconsin’s Third District. The ad, entitled “This Is Not That,” is part of a six-figure buy ahead of the upcoming August 9th primary.

This Is Not That” highlights Rebecca’s working-class roots and strong commitment to the people of western Wisconsin – from small business owners to farmers to union members.

Cooke, a small business owner and nonprofit leader who hails from a long line of farmers, union firefighters, and teachers, said Thursday: “Our rural communities face unique challenges, and it’s clear that politicians and elites aren’t working for us. I’m running for Congress to better serve the people, the Wisconsinites, who power our country, and am proud to have their support.”

The new ad follows recent endorsements this week from SEIU Wisconsin State Council and International Union of Painters & Allied Trades (IUPAT) District Council 82 as momentum continues to build for the campaign and unions, community leaders, and small business owners from across the district declare their full support for Rebecca’s message focused on lifting up the voices of western Wisconsin.

To view “This Is Not That,” please click HERE.


TRANSCRIPT

This is not Wisconsin – or this – it’s THIS!

I’m Rebecca Cooke and I grew up on this farm. And folks like us just aren’t represented in Washington. The elites have forgotten about western Wisconsin… leaving working families behind.

I’m running for Congress because I’m tired of politicians selling us out. I’ll be a champion for small business owners, farmers and union workers.

And that’s why I’m proudly endorsed by organized labor. I’m Rebecca Cooke and I approve this message. 

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