MARION, Iowa – Ashley Hinson, the Republican nominee for Congress in Iowa’s 1st Congressional District, released her first TV ad titled “Watch It.” The 30-second ad will air across the district.

“For years I reported the news. Today, I can’t even let my kids watch it,” Hinson said in the ad.

“Washington politicians yelling, attacks on police, socialists tearing down anyone and anything they disagree with. America has challenges, but we are still the greatest country in the world, and it’s not even close. America is worth fighting for,” she concluded.

After establishing her clear path to victory, Hinson is in the highest tier of the ‘Young Gun Program’ by the National Republican Congressional Committee. National political forecasters believe Iowa’s 1st Congressional District will be one of the most competitive races in 2020. The Cook Political Report has rated the race as “Toss Up.”

She has a record of winning tight elections. She won in 2018 in a swing district to help hold the Iowa House majority and outperformed the Republican ticket by 5-8 points across House District 67. She won 9 of 13 precincts in House District 67 despite Democratic outside groups outspending Republican outside groups.

Watch the ad below:

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