Nikki Snyder, a GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in Michigan, has released a video set to a popular GOP anthem, emphasizing her parental rights platform and referencing her personal experiences, including a past sexual assault.
Despite being an underdog in the Republican Senate primary, Snyder aims to champion parental control in education and a “Parental Bill of Rights,” while also opposing “Bidenomics” and illegal immigration.
Her campaign spokesperson, Michael Stroud, said Snyder “lives on a dirt road with three kids, 26 chickens and a whole lot of American pride.” (Trending: Joe Biden Admits He’s ‘Not Sure’ About Running If Trump Wasn’t)
Her campaign seeks to portray her as a voice for everyday Americans against government overreach.
“Everyday Americans need to be free from the oppression of a government that is increasingly imposing itself on everything we do, think, feel or say,” Snyder said.
“It is negatively impacting our access to taxpayer-funded systems, our families and individual wellbeing. We start the revolution of fighting back by telling our story.”