Hillary Clinton

We're in the final hours before the 2016 presidential election, and partisans are pulling all the stops to campaign for their candidates. Rebuilding American Now, a pro-Donald Trump Super PAC, centered a recent ad around one of the nation's most talked-about topics: Football.

It uses Hillary Clinton's stance on the Washington Redskins' name as a means of denouncing the candidate.

"I think it's insensitive and I think that there's no reason for it to continue as the name of a team in our nation's capital," Clinton says in the ad, pulled from a previous interview.

Rebuilding American Now was founded this past June after reportedly securing $32 million from four donors. "The main focus of the group will be countering the effect of a $90 million advertising offensive planned by Priorities USA Action, the super PAC backing Hillary Clinton," The New York Times wrote.

The Washington Redskins have long been under scrutiny for their team name, with public opinion pressuring owner Dan Snyder to change the name in recent years. In June 2014, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the United States Patent and Trademark Office voted to cancel the Redskins' federal trademark registrations. A U.S. District Court upheld That decision in July 2015.

In October 2015, Trump told The New York Times, "Honestly, I don't think they should change the name, unless the owner wanted to…I know Indians that are extremely proud of that name. They think it's a positive."

The Redskins' name issue, although not a staple in the national political discussion, is relevant to the people of Maryland and Virginia.

Hard to believe that the name of the reigning NFC East champions may affect this election, but then we're not the ones with a Super PAC.

And since we ran the ad above, in the interest of equal time, here's a clip from the other side:

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