Washington, D.C., Jan. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ambassador John Bolton announced today that the John Bolton SuperPAC will launch the first phase of a projected million-dollar advertisement campaign in support of Kevin Nicholson for U.S. Senate in Wisconsin. The ad campaign - which will be on television, online and radio - will run in the Green Bay, Wisconsin, market and last roughly three weeks, from January 4th to January 19th.

The four ads, which vary from 6 to 90 seconds and can be seen here, highlight Nicholson’s military experience serving in Iraq and Afghanistan and the bravery he displayed while facing suicide bombers and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) daily. Ambassador Bolton emphasizes in the ad that, “it’s time to send a Marine to the U.S. Senate.”

“Kevin Nicholson is the most qualified candidate running for Wisconsin’s seat in the U.S. Senate this year,” said Ambassador Bolton. “Following my endorsement and PAC contribution to his campaign in 2017, I have decided to run an independent expenditure (IE), through my SuperPAC. This significant ad buy is a testament to my dedication to ensuring Republicans maintain the majority in the Senate this year. Kevin has my full support and I look forward to his leadership in Congress.”

This is the first independent expenditure that the John Bolton SuperPAC has made in the 2018 election cycle. In 2016, the John Bolton SuperPAC produced three major independent expenditures for a total of nearly $5,000,000. Ambassador Bolton looks to increase those contributions for the 2018 midterm elections and is identifying races in which his SuperPAC can make a difference. In addition to the Bolton SuperPAC, Ambassador Bolton’s PAC previously contributed $10,000 to Nicholson’s campaign in 2017.


About John Bolton Super PAC ( The John Bolton Super PAC will aim to make America's defense and national security significant factors in federal elections through independent expenditures, campaigns, and issue-oriented education. The Super PAC will not make contributions to candidates, parties, or PACs.


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