Following a high-profile, successful campaign kickoff event earlier this week, Dr. Kelli Ward, candidate for U.S. Senate in Arizona, released a new digital ad focusing on the urgent need for healthcare reform in America.
In front of a packed room of donors, supporters and media, the Kelli Ward for Senate campaign officially kicked off in Scottsdale, AZ last night. Special guests J.D. Hayworth, Laura Ingraham and Steve Bannon enthusiastically offered their support for Dr. Ward's senate run, while also taking some time out to rebuke the democrats and the establishment.
The political action committee affiliated with former presidential strategist Steve Bannon acted Monday on his pledge to lead a "populist nationalist conservative revolt," endorsing state Sen. Kelli Ward over Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake — the first sitting Republican senator to be formally targeted by the pro-Donald Trump group.
Conservatives and economic nationalist leaders are looking past the current dysfunction in Washington to a group of new and exciting young candidates throwing their hats in the ring nationwide to break the gridlock with midterm election victories.
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