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Tim Scott Releases First TV Ad, “Made in America,” Launching Presidential Campaign

Tim Scott first tv ad

Last updated on October 25th, 2023 at 03:40 am

Charleston, SC – Tim Scott unveiled his highly anticipated first TV ad today, titled “Made in America,” marking the official start of his presidential campaign. The release comes just days after the South Carolina Senator announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2024 election, captivating supporters and political enthusiasts alike.

Senator Scott’s campaign kicked off with a memorable announcement event held at his alma mater, Charleston Southern University, within the vibrant walls of the Buccaneer Fieldhouse. Energizing his supporters, Scott proudly proclaimed his name and campaign slogan, “Faith in America,” conveying a message of unwavering belief in the nation’s potential.

Having served as a conservative voice for South Carolina since 2013, Scott passionately expressed his vision for the presidency during his announcement. “We need a president who persuades not only our friends and our base. We have to have understanding for people who do not agree with us. We have to believe that our ideas are so strong and persuasive that we can take them to the highest points in the world and succeed,” asserted Scott.

Full Speech: Let’s read what the senator says while announcing his run for the presidential election in 2024

Budget of Tim’s First TV Ad

Back to the Ad, part of an impressive $6 million ad buy, will hit the airwaves statewide in Iowa and New Hampshire, starting this Wednesday. Additionally, a robust digital ad campaign will complement the TV spots. Scott’s campaign begins with an unprecedented $22 million cash on hand, setting a new record in American political history.


SCOTT: “I am living proof that America is the land of opportunity.
I was raised by a single mother in poverty. She taught me to have stubborn faith, faith in God, faith in ourselves, and faith in America.
I rose from a child of poverty to a candidate for President of the United States because we chose patriotism over pity, and to be victors, not victims.
Made in America – that’s MY story.
That’s why it pains my soul to see the Biden liberals attacking every rung of the ladder that helped me climb. Indoctrination in our schools, Inflation in our economy, crime in our neighborhoods, and victimhood in our culture.
To the radical left that says we’re an evil, declining country, I say the truth of MY life disproves YOUR lies.
I’m Tim Scott and I approve this message because I have faith in America, and our president should too.”

With an optimistic tone, Scott offered his perspective on the current state of affairs and his primary opponents. He asserted that America is not a nation in decline but, under President Biden, has regressed. Presenting himself as an agent of change, Scott rallied his audience by declaring, “I am living proof that God and a good family and the United States of America can do all things if we believe. Will you believe it with me?”

The entrance of Tim Scott into the race joins the ranks of former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, who announced her own bid in February. A decade ago, Haley appointed Scott to the Senate to fill a vacancy, highlighting their close ties. South Carolina holds a crucial position as an early-voting state for both Republicans and Democrats, often determining the nominee. While both Nikki and Scott enjoy popularity within their home state, a recent April poll revealed their significant support gap compared to Donald Trump, even in South Carolina.

As the first TV ad, “Made in America,” hits the airwaves, Tim Scott will continue his campaign with visits to Iowa and New Hampshire later this week. Establishing “Tim Scott for America” as his official campaign committee, he plans to base operations in the Palmetto State, where he will return for the Memorial Day weekend.

With a positive tone, conservative values, and a firm belief in the American dream, Tim Scott’s presidential campaign strives to capture the hearts and minds of voters nationwide. As the ad asserts, Scott’s remarkable journey from poverty to prosperity embodies the spirit of a nation built on opportunity and resilience.

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