Features a totally generic campaign ad, perfectly delivered.
The Indiegogo site notes the huge amount of out-of-state funding for both the "real" candidates in the Senate race in question.
Which leads to the question: why not?
After all: while, in principle, a Senator ought to represent the interests of his* state, with the vast expansion of central power, basically every federal office affects everyone in every state.
So, really, between the national implications of any campaign for any federal office and the effects of party-based organization of the legislature, is it any surprise that these races draw money from all over?
(They have implications for China, Russia, Ukraine, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia, too, but none of the candidates are accepting donations from those places. Officially. Right?)
And of course there's nothing whatsoever wrong with local grassroots groups taking the Bloombucks, and the centrally-written agenda that comes with them....
* Yes, "his"; if you go back far enough that this might actually have been the case, women didn't even have the vote yet. (Do not assume I'm implying a connection.)