Lincoln Project Releases “Commander In Chief” Music Video by Demi Lovato

 "We are grateful to Demi Lovato and her entire team for giving The Lincoln Project the opportunity to do something so dynamic
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As first reported by Rolling Stone, The Lincoln Project announced today the launch of a new ad campaign that will run across music, entertainment, and pop-culture platforms Rolling Stone, Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, Cosmopolitan & Elle to promote the music video created by The Lincoln Project for Demi Lovato's "Commander in Chief."

"We are grateful to Demi Lovato and her entire team for giving The Lincoln Project the opportunity to do something so dynamic and creatively out-of-the-box," said co-founder Rick Wilson. "This song resonates so strongly with such a diverse audience, we could not have imagined a better closing argument to make in these final days of this campaign than the one this video makes."

"This video has left me absolutely speechless," Lovato said. "This perfectly spotlights where our country is right now. We deserve better as a nation. I’m so inspired by everyone that is making noise in their communities, submitting their ballots early, and taking this pandemic seriously. If we all do our part, we can make a change. I believe in us. Thank you Lincoln Project for making this video and giving a new kind of life and impact to this song."

The ad campaign launches today and will run through Election Day.

The Lincoln Project is a group of prominent Republicans working to prevent the re-election of Donald J. Trump and those who support him. To learn more about The Lincoln Project, go to www.lincolnproject.us.

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