Lentz Releases First Television Ads of Campaign Season

Lentz Releases First Television Ads of Campaign Season

Springfield, PA – Representative Bryan Lentz, the Democratic nominee for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District, announced that he was launching his first two television commercials of the campaign season today. Both 30-second spots were produced by the Campaign Group in Philadelphia.

The first commercial highlights Lentz’s years of public service to the country and the citizens of Pennsylvania. Lentz was an Airborne Ranger and also a decorated Iraq War Veteran. In the legislature, Lentz fought to end corruption in Harrisburg, opening government records to the public. He also refused to accept his pay raises and sponsored legislation exempting disabled vets from paying property taxes.

The second commercial shows the clear difference between Lentz’s plans to support hard-working families and his Republican opponent’s plans to revive failed Bush-era policies that will increase the deficit. Lentz’s plans call for providing tax cuts for middle-class families, while taking steps to reduce the deficit. Lentz’s opponent wants to give millionaires tax breaks that the nation can’t afford and that news outlets have estimated will add more than a trillion dollars to the deficit over the next decade.

“These ads will reinforce the message voters across the 7th District have already been getting whenever they come in contact with Bryan Lentz and his campaign,” said Kevin McTigue, Lentz’s campaign manager. “Bryan Lentz has fought for the priorities of the residents of this country and hard working families as a soldier and a state legislator, and will continue to do so in Washington, DC.”
Founded in 1980, The Campaign Group is an award-winning political consulting firm that is one of the most experienced in the nation. Its clients have included, Governor Ed Rendell, Congressman Joe Sestak and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter.

A former Airborne Ranger, criminal prosecutor and Iraq War veteran, Bryan Lentz currently serves in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from Delaware County. He was awarded both the Bronze Star for Service and the War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal for his military service. He lives in Swarthmore with his wife Jennifer and their son Thomas.


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