New NRSC Spanish-Language Ad: Mark Kelly Talks Pretty When He’s in Arizona, but in Washington, He Crumbles | Beaufort County Now | The NRSC released a new Spanish-language TV ad in Arizona showing how Mark Kelly says one thing in Arizona, but in Washington votes in lockstep with Joe Biden’s Far-Left agenda, especially when it comes to fueling the ongoing border crisis.

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    Washington, D.C. - The NRSC released a new Spanish-language TV ad in Arizona showing how Mark Kelly says one thing in Arizona, but in Washington votes in lockstep with Joe Biden's Far-Left agenda, especially when it comes to fueling the ongoing border crisis. This ad, entitled "Dańo," is running in the Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma media markets.



    "Mark Kelly talks pretty when he's in Arizona, but in Washington, he crumbles and votes the party line 97%" the ad says.

    The ad continues by highlighting how Kelly has voted to fuel the current crisis at the Southern Border: more crime, schools crowded, and less safety.

    English Script:

    Groceries skyrocketing and gas prices rising.

    Mark Kelly talks pretty when he's in Arizona, but in Washington, he crumbles and votes the party line 97%.

    Kelly even votes with Biden on border issues, and now we are feeling the impact: more crime, schools crowded, less safety.

    Donate today. Tell Senator Kelly - stop voting with Biden because you are hurting Arizona families.

    NRSC is responsible for the content of this advertising


   Contact: NRSC Communications
   Email: NRSCCommunications@nrsc.org
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