The pro-Rick Santorum super PAC, Working Again PAC, released its first ad on Monday contrasting former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) with some of his opponents on foreign policy, Common Core and immigration.

Specifically, the paid digital and social media advertising will focus on Senator Santorum’s experience when dealing with radical Islam, his longstanding opposition to Common Core, and his plan for immigration reform that helps the American worker.

“This ad focuses on the issues most important to voters right now, particularly foreign policy and immigration.  The ad also illustrates to voters that on each of these issues, it is Rick Santorum’s consistent record that makes him the one conservative conservatives can trust,” said Nadine Maenza, Executive Director of Working Again PAC.

Transcript:

In the face of radical Islam, some like Rand Paul would continue America’s retreat while Rick Santorum continues to call for a stronger national defense.

On education, Mike Huckabee supported Common Core.  Something Rick Santorum has always stood against.

And to protect working families, it’s Rick Santorum with a plan to end the immigration crisis.

Rick Santorum. The one conservative conservatives can trust.

Working Again PAC is responsible for the content of this advertising.

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