New spot features Brianna, a mother of three from Phoenix, whose life was saved by an abortion: “Masters is so extreme and so wrong for Arizona.”
Washington, D.C. – Following the results of Arizona’s GOP Senate primary, Senate Majority PAC (SMP) is launching a new TV ad campaign today, titled “Brianna,” highlighting how Blake Masters’ extreme anti-choice agenda and support for a national abortion ban without exceptions for rape, incest, and the life of the mother would be devastatingly harmful for Arizona families and women.
In the new spot, Brianna—a mother of three from Phoenix who survived a life-threatening ectopic pregnancy and was saved by an abortion—shares her personal story and calls out Blake Masters as “wrong for Arizona.”
“It’s no surprise that Blake Masters is deeply out of step with Arizona values: he’s an out-of-state candidate bankrolled by out-of-state special interests who would be nothing but a rubber stamp for Mitch McConnell’s extreme agenda, including outlawing abortion across the country,” said Veronica Yoo, spokesperson for Senate Majority PAC. “From supporting a nationwide abortion ban with no exceptions for rape, incest, or when a woman’s life is in danger to saying we should let states ban birth control, Masters has repeatedly shown voters what he really is: devastatingly harmful to Arizona families and too dangerous to represent them in the Senate.”
The $1.2 million ad campaign will reach Arizona voters statewide beginning Thursday and builds on SMP’s previous investments in state, including a seven-figure ad campaign in July.
Watch the ad HERE and read the transcript below.
“Brianna” Ad Transcript:
“Three years ago, I had an ectopic pregnancy.
If I didn’t make it into the OR within a couple minutes…
I was going to bleed out and die.
But according to Blake Masters, that’s just too bad.
He wants to ban all abortions, even in cases of rape, incest, and the life of the mother.
Masters claims he supports women and families…
But if I didn’t have the right to abort the pregnancy
My three children can be left out on their own.
Masters is so extreme and so wrong for Arizona.”
# # #