Abigail Medina Begins Airing New Television Spot Showcasing POTUS' Backing of Her State Assembly Bid
SAN BERNARDINO, CA -- Marking just one week from election day, today San Bernardino School Board Member Abigail Medina's campaign launched a new television ad, titled "Obama Endorsement," which highlights the President of the United States, Barack Obama's, unprecedented and weighty endorsement of her bid for State Assembly District 40.
View the ad below:
Upon rolling out the ad, Medina's campaign consultant Dave Jacobson, released the following statement:
"President Obama's endorsement speaks volumes about what started as a grassroots, people-powered effort, and has transformed into a genuine movement behind Abigail Medina and her campaign to bring real progress and change to local neighborhoods across the Inland Empire. We're fully confident that when voters see this ad, it'll convey the gravity of the President's endorsement, which given his expansive popularity, will translate to more support for Abigail Medina in the days ahead."
Medina's ad will air on cable stations all across California's 40th State Assembly District.
In recent days Medina has been endorsed by California Governor Jerry Brown, Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, Attorney General Kamala Harris, and Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
San Bernardino School Board Member Abigail Medina won the June 7th primary election with 51.5% and 39,583 votes.