In honor of National Women’s Equality Day, Hillary Clinton is sending a message to the GOP’s frontrunning men.

The Briefing (the snarkier arm of Hillary Clinton’s campaign) celebrated the day by cutting an ad calling out the GOP top dogs on their stances regarding closing the wage gap.

The ad starts with some statistics, claiming that women get paid an average of 22% less than men, African American women 36% less, and Latinas get paid 46% less.

Where do the GOP frontrunners stand on closing the gap?

The attack ad highlights that Scott Walker repealed a Wisconsin equal pay law, Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham all voted against the Paycheck Fairness Act… an act Jeb Bush apparently isn’t familiar with.

The ad wraps up with Hillary defending her stance on pay equity, which some Republicans allegedly consider evidence of her “playing the gender card.”

“Well if that’s playing the ‘gender card,’ to try and make sure half of the population is treated right,” she said, “count me in.”

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