After Marco Rubio’s strong performance in the Iowa Caucuses, many pundits and voters wondered if he would be the candidate that “establishment” voters could unite behind to take on Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. But after his Rick-Perry level “Oops moment” at the 8th GOP debate last week, Rubio’s strength in Iowa did not translate to New Hampshire – he finished fifth there with only 10% of the vote. But Rubio, who blamed himself for the poor voter turnout, is still hoping that the “establishment” lane is still open to him. In his latest ad “Together,” Rubio’s campaign is taking a page from the Bernie Sanders grassroots playbook to try and inspire voters and make the case that he is still the candidate they can unite behind. We will see if South Carolina Republicans feel the same way, February 20.