In an attack reminiscent of Lyndon Johnson’s Daisy ad, Foundation for American Security and Freedom headed by former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton is joining the attack against Rand Paul over his past support of negotiations with Iran.
As students gear up for the new school year, GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul is trying to get their attention before their courses (or frat parties) do. Paul’s campaign is rolling out a “Students for Rand” campaign – an ambitious plan to open Rand Paul campaign chapters at 300 colleges in 30 days.
In the midst of the ongoing debate surrounding President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, Foundation for a Secure and Prosperous America launched an attack ad against Kentucky Senator Rand Paul for supporting the negotiations.
America’s Liberty PAC, a Super PAC backing Rand Paul’s presidential run, has just created a 10-second political ad titled “How Rand Rolls.” It’s the first presidential campaign ad released on Snapchat, a social media app where users share short pictures and videos that can only be viewed once.
Sen. Rand Paul's fight against the PATRIOT Act scored a temporary win when he forced provisions of the law to expire at the end of May. Although they will likely be reinstated, Paul's political consultants still want to take a victory lap and showcase the floor filibuster that roiled the process in the ad, "Standing Strong".
The Super Pac backing Sen. Rand Paul's presidential bid, American Liberty PAC, takes a big risk, producing an ad that turns both his campaign and the deeply serious issue of government surveillance into cheap entertainment.
On the day Sen. Rand Paul announced his campaign for president, he was greeted with an attack ad concocted by one of the political consultants behind the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth 2004 effort that pilloried John Kerry's military record.
Welcome to the 2016 presidential bid party, Senator Rand Paul! Rand Paul’s campaign ad combines everything you could imagine in a presidential announcement video – epic music, propaganda-like words like “Rand Paul Taking a Stand”, liberal news commentators like John Stewart and Chris Matthews talking about how great he is and an undistinguishable cult-like chant at the end.