Ron Johnson Launches Digital Ad Campaign on Law to Help Keep Terrorists Out of U.S.
Campaign starts 2016 off highlighting bill Ron Johnson passed to help stop terrorists from entering U.S. by reforming visa waiver program
Ron Johnson today announced the launch of a digital ad campaign highlighting a law he passed in December to help keep terrorists out of the United States by reforming the nation’s visa waiver program.
“Ron is fighting for real solutions to keep our country safe, not just recycling old ideas or paying lip service to the very real concerns Wisconsinites have about the threat of violent Islamic extremism,” campaign spokesman Brian Reisinger said. “His bill to help keep terrorists out of the United States is just one important step in his ongoing efforts to deal with this and other threats facing our nation as homeland security chairman in the Senate.”
- The digital ad campaign will run statewide on online and social media platforms, calling on Wisconsinites to support Ron’s effort to help keep terrorists out of the United States and stand up for our national security.
- The ad campaign refers to the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act, legislation Ron passed into law in December that reforms the visa waiver program by enhancing security measures to help prevent terrorists form entering the country.
- The bill is just one of several ways Ron Johnson is leading homeland security efforts in the Senate as chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee. Others include proposing legislation to make sure Syrian refugees are fully vetted, pushing for a comprehensive strategy to destroy ISIS, working to secure the border, helping to pass legislation to protect our country from cyber attacks, and fighting against the president’s reckless Iran deal.