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PA-8: Fitzpatrick’s New TV Ad Emphasizes FBI Experience (VIDEO)

Brian Fitzpatrick is from a famous Bucks County political family, but his current strategy is to let voters know more about himself.

The campaign’s new thirty-second spot, titled “Needed the Most”, highlights the candidate’s experience working for the FBI.

“Sometimes I think Congress doesn’t understand that their top priority isn’t to argue with each other, it’s to keep your family safe,” Fitzpatrick begins.
“I know because keeping your family safe has been my life’s work. As a federal prosecutor, I put away drug dealers and violent criminals,” he continues. “And, as an FBI agent, I worked counter-terrorism investigations and was sent to Iraq to confront terrorists face-to-face.”

“Now, I’m running for Congress so I can take my experience protecting your family to the place where it’s needed the most,” Fitzpatrick concludes.

The campaign put the ad buy in the six-figure range.

Brian Fitzpatrick is running against Democratic nominee and State Rep. Steve Santarsiero.

The 8th Congressional District represents all of Bucks County as well as parts of upper Montgomery County.

3 Responses

  1. I may not remember my old civics lessons, but I don’t think Brian can arrest or prosecute people if he gets to congress. he wont get to do anything he did in the FBI. Maybe he doesn’t know that. In my opinion, wrong argument, wrong choice for me.

  2. 82% of illegal drugs enter our country via the Mexican border. Thousands of Americans have been killed/murdered by illegal aliens. Brian Fitzpatrick favors rewarding illegal aliens with amnesty and neither he nor his brother have done anything to prevent/forestall the invasion of illegal aliens into this country.

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