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Robert Kennedy Jr. Group Airs Super Bowl Ad Mimicking JFK’s 1960 Spot

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A Super PAC aligned with Robert Kennedy Jr.‘s independent presidential bid ran a Super Bowl spot that mimicked the ads for his uncle John F.

Kennedy Jr.’s presidential campaign. According to Medium Buying, the ad ran nationally. Super Bowl 30-second spots reportedly were going for $7 million.

The spot from from the American Values PAC, which is supporting Kennedy’s campaign. The PAC had almost $15 million cash on hand as of the end of December, and major donors include Timothy Mellon and Gavin de Becker.

Pro-RFK Jr. group American Values 2024 ran this spot nationally during the #SuperBowl (!) — pic.twitter.com/U8ALYmqX35 The ad is identical in tone and jingle to that of JFK’s spot in 1960.

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