Women Vote Launches Digital Ads Highlighting Yvette Herrell’s Shady Record in Politics
For Immediate Release
October 19, 2018
Women Vote Launches Digital Ads Highlighting Yvette Herrell's Shady Record in Politics
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, EMILY's List independent expenditure arm Women Vote released new digital ads comparing Yvette Herrell's shady, self-serving record in politics to Xochitl Torres Small's deep roots in New Mexico's 2nd district and vision for the future.
District ads — in English and Spanish — will run on Facebook, YouTube (“Nope” and “Shady Politician“), and Pandora through Election Day.
“One candidate in this race is a shady politician whose company made hundreds of thousands of dollars off government contracts and got caught skirting ethics rules,” said Christina Reynolds, vice president of communications. “The other is Xochitl Torres Small; a visionary leader who will fight every day for New Mexican families. For voters, the choice couldn't be clearer.”
Women Vote is EMILYs List’s independent expenditure arm which works to educate and mobilize women voters on behalf of pro-choice Democratic women candidates, and help turnout voters for Democrats up and down the ballot. Launched in 1995, the EMILY's List Women Vote project combines polling and research, sophisticated message testing, the latest innovations in data and technology as well as good old-fashioned voter contact to mobilize millions of women voters across the country