New TV Spot: Republicans Are All in For Jeanne Ives
March 4, 2020 – This morning, Jeanne Ives, candidate for Congress (IL-06), released her first television ad of the 2020 cycle.
The :30 second spot, All In For Ives, is focused on her success in uniting Republicans behind her campaign for Congress, and features the endorsements of national conservative leaders Senator Ted Cruz, Economist Stephen Moore, and Congressmen Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows.
Republicans are unifying behind Jeanne Ives’ Congressional bid, as she has also been formally endorsed by every GOP organization in the Sixth District that endorses, including Lake County Republican Party, Cook County Republican Party, Lyons Township Republicans, Palatine Township Republicans, Barrington Township Republicans, Hanover Township Republicans and Winfield Township Republicans. Ives has also received the endorsement of former IL-06 Congressman Peter Roskam, Republican National Committeewoman Demetra Demonte, Chicago GOP Chairman Chris Cleveland, ILGOP Vice Chairwoman Char Foss-Eggemann, Cook County Republican Party Chair Sean Morrison, DuPage Conservatives (chaired by Frank Napalitano), Club for Growth, the House Freedom Fund, FreedomWorks, Susan B. Anthony List, and United Hellenic Voters of America,
Rich Porter, Illinois Republican National Committeeman has also thrown support behind Ives in her 2020 race. And the entire Illinois’ Republican Congressional Delegation were recently joined by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy in hosting a fundraiser for Ives in Washington DC.
Senator Ted Cruz, Trump’s Economic Advisor Stephen Moore, Congressmen Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan and the House Freedom Fund are all in for Jeanne Ives.
Ives took on the Springfield establishment.
Ives on House Floor:
Our economy is too weak for a tax hike and you know it.
You know we need jobs.
You complain about it all the time.
And you won’t fix our job creation problems.
Now, Jeanne Ives will stand up for you in Congress.
Republicans are uniting.
They’re ‘All In’ for Jeanne Ives.
I’m Jeanne Ives, and I approved this message.