A super PAC backing Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s independent presidential bid debuted a Super Bowl night ad on Sunday.
Published by American Values 2024 30 second ad it was a remake of the same shrill and motivated 1960 campaign for his uncle, former President John F. Kennedy.
The super PAC said the ad cost $7 million and aired nationally.
The ad features images of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. testifying before Congress and skiing, along with the words “vote independent.”
“Our momentum is increasing. It is time for an independent President to overcome the division in our country,” Kennedy said in his speech. Type in X.
He saw Kennedy’s name Increase in Google searches during his debut.
The ad comes just days after the Democratic National Committee filed a complaint The campaign was coordinated by the Federal Election Commission and super PACs, which claimed to have received funding to help with signature-gathering initiatives.
Kennedy is currently only on the ballot in Utah.
“RFK Jr. offers us freedom, confidence, and hope, along with real change. Like his uncle and father, Kennedy is fighting corruption, and it’s no wonder the DNC is trying every old trick and inventing new tricks to stop it. Public AV24 co-founder Tony Lyons said in a statement Sunday night that he sees everything and won’t stand for it.
Former President Donald Trump’s campaign made an announcement criticized his opponent, Nikki Haley, but it only ran in his home state of South Carolina.
President Joe Biden also traditionally did not attend presidential Super Bowl interview this year.