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Ding Launches First Ad in PA-10 Primary

Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional Eric Ding released his first television ad with election day three weeks away. He is to challenge incumbent Republican Congressman Scott Perry.  

Ding’s first ad tells the story of his two-year investigation that analyzed the effects of COX-2 inhibitor drugs. He found that products such as Vioxx caused kidney damage and heart arrhythmia, and that the drug maker was aware of these risks and did not alert the public. These drugs were eventually pulled from the market, due in part to Ding’s research.

“I have spent my public health career fighting against corrupt drug companies that put profit over people.” said Ding. “I will take that fight to Washington to tackle the most pressing public health issues facing our country.”

“I spent my career fighting to protect families, and right now we need to fight Donald Trump for all our families,” Ding says in the ad.  

Ding is running against George Scott, Robert Howe, Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson in the primary.

You can view the ad below.

April 25th, 2018 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 7 Comments

7 thoughts on “Ding Launches First Ad in PA-10 Primary”

  1. Steventodd says:

    You keep calling Alan Howe Robert. I keep correcting you. You rinse and repeat. So once again:

    It is Alan Howe. Not Robert.

  2. Don Providence says:

    Seems like a good person, but a terrible candidate for the district. George Scott is far and away the best candidate to take on Perry.

    If Scott wins, Perry should be scarred, very scarred of a blue wave coming to central PA.

  3. Bruce Almighty says:

    What is with this guy – seems like a carpetbagger – Hey Diano – you always got something to say – what do your records say about him – is he from here or what?

  4. South Central PA Voter says:

    I went to Mr. Ding’s Facebook page – I thought it was strange that it had over 100,000 likes for a candidate that has only been running since February – then I realized that he took his Cancer Prevention page – which he did a worthy job of touting awareness against a terrible disease – and then changed it into a political campaign page. I thought Facebook didn’t let people and groups do things like that.

  5. Buckminster Fuller says:

    Not so bad – we do need more scientists in Congress. Independent here though – so can’t vote in the primary.

  6. Truthteller says:

    I wonder if the last shot with his family is back in Arlington, Virginia where he really lives – not in Carlisle, where he has been renting an apartment since February 2018.

  7. We Can Win The 10th says:

    Pretty lame – hope they got something else in the can.

    And it’s Alan Howe – not Robert Howe as one of his opponents.

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