Angry Republican Voters Promotes New Ads To Block Trump’s Reelection

Republican Voters Against Trump spokesperson Sarah Longwell said in a statement that disaffected GOP voters could be the most effective voices of persuasion for Biden.

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A new ad campaign puts Republican supporters in confusion to talk about President Trump’s reelection, but that’s not an endorsement yet, but it also raises concern over the president’s position as the election fast approaches.

Here, they are all explaining why they can’t vote for Trump, and why many plans to vote for former Vice President Joe Biden even when they disagree on policy, in the new campaign called Republican Voters Against Trump.

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“I’d vote for a tuna fish sandwich before I’d vote for Donald Trump again,” said Jack Spielman, who voted for Trump in 2016 but now calls him “toxic.”

A project of Defending Democracy Together group, which is a collection of anti-Trump conservatives, says it has nearly 100 video testimonials of Republican supporters who have denounced support for the U.S. president so far with more coming.

Not the end yet, these people have concluded plans to spend $10 million promoting them across social media as well as on television, with some appearing on Fox News next week.

Republican Voters Against Trump spokesperson Sarah Longwell said in a statement that disaffected GOP voters could be the most effective voices of persuasion for Biden.

“There are millions of voters who used to be reliable Republicans but are disgusted by the Trump administration,” she said. “Some are upset about the skyrocketing debt. Others about how he has debased the office. Some wish he would pursue a more humane immigration policy.”

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According to her, one thing that unites them all is “wanting the country to move on from this deeply un-American presidency.”

More videos from disaffected conservatives ― including former Trump voters who’ve had enough ― are available on the group’s website, which also has a form for Republicans who want to share their own stories.

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