Dolly Parton Targets Warren Campaign in Shock Move

Dolly Parton targets warren campaign in shock move Singer Dolly Parton did not give Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts permission to use her hit “9 to 5” during the launch of the candidate’s presidential bid Warren apparently chose the song to burnish her image as a candidate for the working person. The senator used it during a campaign event on Friday in New York City Parton’s manager Danny Nozell told the AP via email, “We did not approve the request (to use the song), and we do not approve requests like this of (a) political nature.” The candidate’s campaign declined to comment about the controversy. musicians can and have sued politicians for false advertising, if the use of the song appears to imply the artist has endorsed the candidate.