Klobuchar campaign gets first super PAC

The first super PAC to support Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharDemocratic senators call on domestic airlines to issue cash refunds for travelers Biden's pick for vice president doesn't matter much Hillicon Valley: FCC chief proposes 0M telehealth program | Twitter takes down posts promoting anti-malaria drugs for coronavirus| Whole Foods workers plan Tuesday strike MORE's (D-Minn.) presidential bid — Kitchen Table Conversations — has released its first ad ahead of the Nevada caucuses.

In the ad, “Sacred,” a narrator discusses the bygone days of “drive-by deliveries” in which hospitals released new mothers shortly after their babies were delivered, and credits Klobuchar for ending the practice after her own experience with it.

“That’s what Amy Klobuchar does—sees a problem, fixes it and wins when it matters,” the narrator says.

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Klobuchar’s campaign has stressed the Minnesota senator’s refusal to accept money from corporate PACs. But Kitchen Table Conversations is not aligned with a corporation, the Minneapolis Post reports, instead listing prominent figures within Minnesota’s Democratic Farmer Labor Party mentioned in the PAC's statement of organization.

Richard Carlbom, one of two Minnesota Democratic Farmer Labor Party operatives listed on the super PAC's statement of organization, told NBC News “the goal is to introduce Amy to Nevada, South Carolina and Super Tuesday states” following her third-place finish in the New Hampshire primaries.

The group's filing with the Federal Election Commission late last week came shortly after Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenDemocratic senators call on domestic airlines to issue cash refunds for travelers Biden's pick for vice president doesn't matter much Biden faces pesky enthusiasm challenge despite big primary numbers MORE (D-Mass.) said in the most recent Democratic debate that “everyone on this stage except Amy and me is either a billionaire or is receiving help from PACs that can do unlimited spending.”