Democratic Maine Senate candidate appears to erase logo from non-L.L. Bean jacket in campaign video
Added 08-24-19 07:29:01pm EST - “Sara Gideon, a Democrat running to unseat Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, released a campaign ad this week in which she appeared to hide the fact that her jacket came from a competitor to? the state's fifth-largest employer.” - Foxnews.com
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Sara Gideon, a Democrat running to unseat Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, released a campaign ad this week in which she appeared to hide the fact that her jacket came from a competitor to the state's fifth-largest employer.
Gideon posted the video on Twitter Wednesday, wearing a purple coat from Patagonia -- a competitor to the Maine-founded L.L. Bean. The Washington Examiner reported that when the same video appeared in Facebook ads on Thursday, the Patagonia logo was apparently removed.
“Chip in now to help us keep this momentum going so we can beat Susan Collins and elect a senator who puts Maine first," Gideon says in the ad. Her campaign has not commented on the apparently altered videos.
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