Lamb Launches Introductory Ad in PA-18 Special Election

Democratic candidate Conor Lamb launched his first ad of the special election to replace retired Congressman Tim Murphy.

The ad features pictures of Lamb’s childhood while highlighting his roots in the local community and service in the Marine Corp, according to the Post-Gazette.

The ad touts his endorsement from End Citizens United the fact that his campaign has not taken any money from PACs.  

““He’s fed up with gridlock. Conor Lamb will work with anyone to get the job done,” the ad’s narrator says.

The ad marks the first ad paid for by a candidate ahead of the March 13th special election.  State Rep. Rick Saccone has seen ads touting his campaign on the airwaves, but they were all paid for by outside groups.  

You can view Lamb’s ad below.

 

January 18th, 2018 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories | 1 Comment

One thought on “Lamb Launches Introductory Ad in PA-18 Special Election”

  1. cherackal Chacko says:

    Follow the money.

    When you come across a political ad, try to find out if you can actually tell who paid for it, who approved it – not just some committee with silly names. Believe me, you will learn volumes about the candidate, Republican or democrat.

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