Hillary Clinton is launching a new campaign video to air on television and radio stations across the country on Monday night, which the Clinton campaign said will “help women understand that we’re not just going to let them have it all.
We’re going to make sure they have access to affordable health care.”
The ad features a montage of footage from women in various stages of pregnancy and birth, including two young women in Iowa who say they “don’t want to be the first woman in the room when a doctor gives me the birth control shot.”
“We want to know where we are,” the young woman says in the video, with her mother, a former senator from New York.
“I don’t want you to tell me how to do it.
I don’t have to know.
I just want to go to the doctor.”
She also says, “I want to tell you something: We will never stop fighting for access to birth control.”
A woman in Iowa holds up a sign during a news conference announcing Hillary Clinton for President in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S., January 5, 2020.
The Democratic presidential candidate announced that she will be launching a campaign video Monday, calling for access for all women.
The video is part of an effort to raise money for her upcoming campaign.
Photo credit: Reuters/Andrew HarnikHillary Clinton is running a new ad in Iowa on Monday morning that shows women in pregnancy and childbirth fighting for a safe birth control pill and access to preventive care, including emergency contraception and other birth control options.
The ad is the latest campaign effort to help her campaign in a state where a poll this week showed Clinton leading Trump by three percentage points.
Clinton also said in a new statement that her “campaign will continue to work to bring more women into the political process.”
The Clinton campaign has made an effort in recent days to portray Trump as a sexist and racist candidate, despite the fact that the Republican nominee has been accused of sexual assault and harassment, among other offenses.
The new ad is part in a broader effort by the campaign to highlight Clinton’s progressive record on issues including voting rights and health care, among others.
“We are going to work hard to make voting and health a priority in this election,” the ad says.
“We are fighting for universal health care.
We are fighting to make college and university tuition affordable.
We will continue fighting to end domestic violence.””
I’m the only candidate who’s made the commitment to expand the safety net to more women, so they can get ahead and stay ahead,” Clinton added in the statement.
“And I am the only one who has the backbone to fight against the forces of fear that have driven so many women into poverty.”
A spokesperson for the Clinton presidential campaign said in an email to CNN that the ad will air on several television stations.
The ad is expected to air before the caucuses in Nevada on Saturday.
“This ad is one more example of the Clinton Foundation’s work to help women across the nation, especially those who have experienced violence,” the spokesperson said.
“It’s a reminder that Hillary Clinton and her team continue to stand with them and are committed to making sure they get the care they need.”
In a new interview with the Wall Street Journal on Monday, Clinton said she is “not going to be shy” in taking on Trump and that she would make a big show of working with him if he wins the White House.
The Clinton Foundation has spent millions on various health initiatives, including a plan to fund abortions in the United States.