FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 11th, 2024
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE WILL ROLLINS AIRS FIRST TWO ADS OF 2024 CAMPAIGN
Campaign to highlight Rollins’ law enforcement record and hold Calvert accountable for 32 years of corruption, scandals, and extremism
CORONA, C.A. — This weekend, Democrat Will Rollins’ campaign released its first two ads of his 2024 rematch against 32-year incumbent Republican Ken Calvert.
The spots, “Guilty Dog,” and “Talk About,” highlight Rollins’ work in federal law enforcement as a counterterrorism prosecutor, including his work taking on the Sinaloa cartel to stop drug trafficking and secure the border.
The ads also hold a mirror to MAGA extremist Calvert’s record of self-serving corruption and his own sordid history with law enforcement.
“It’s always the guilty dog that barks the loudest,” says a narrator in “Guilty Dog.” “Calvert was caught with a prostitute and ran from the police. And was named one of the most corrupt members of Congress for using our tax dollars to line his pockets.”
You can watch “Guilty Dog” HERE.
“Ken Calvert wants to talk about crime,” says the narrator in “Talk About.” “Calvert was caught with a prostitute and ran from the police. Was caught using our tax dollars to benefit his real estate investments. And was named one of the most corrupt members of Congress.”
You can watch “Talk About” HERE.
The two spots are part of Rollins’ first ad buy of the cycle, leading into the March 5th primary election.
California’s 41st District is expected to be one of the most competitive House races across the country this fall. Punchbowl News called it the #2 most critical race in America in the battle for control of the House, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee recently listed Rollins on its coveted Red to Blue list.
Will Rollins is a Palm Springs resident and Southern California native. A former federal counterterrorism prosecutor, he is now running for Congress in California’s 41st Congressional District.