Monday, Gov. Kay Ivey’s reelection campaign announced the release of a television advertisement honing in on the 2020 presidential election.
The 30-second spot features Ivey declaring that elements of the national left “stole the election” from former President Donald Trump. The ad also sees Alabama’s chief executive outline her administration’s efforts to secure the state’s elections.
“The fake news, big tech and blue state liberals stole the election from President Trump, but here in Alabama, we are making sure that never happens,” Ivey declares in the ad. “We have not, and will not, send absentee ballots to everyone and their brother. We banned corrupt curbside voting, and our results will always be audited. I’m Kay Ivey. The left is probably offended – so be it. As long as I’m governor, we’re going to protect your vote.”
In a statement accompanying the ad release, Ivey campaign manager William Califf advised that the governor would continue her efforts to ensure the integrity of Alabama’s elections.
“Governor Ivey stood with Trump and fought to secure our elections,” proclaimed Califf. “Here in Alabama, we didn’t have the issues they had in other states. Governor Ivey will continue to stand strong and make sure that our elections are secure so that what happened to President Trump in other states will never happen in any election in Alabama.”
Dylan Smith is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @DylanSmithAL