People first in the second ad.
George Scott, Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District, released his second television ad of the general election cycle channeling a similar message from the first ad. The 30 second spot tilted, “People” channels a bipartisan message in an effort to vouch for multiple specific issues.
“I believe service is more important that partisanship,” Scott says to start the ad. “That’s why I’ll work with anyone from either party to create better paying jobs, make healthcare more affordable, and to protect social security and medicare.”
“We are running a results-driven campaign. George Scott will provide the kind of leadership in Washington to get real results on the issues people here at home are focused on,” said Campaign Manager Jason O’Malley. “How is he going to do that? By putting people above partisanship, working with members from either party and standing up for new leadership.”
Scott’s facing incumbent Rep. Scott Perry (R-York) in the newly drawn 10th district, which includes all of Dauphin County and parts of Cumberland and York counties.
The Perry campaign did not immediately respond for comment for this story.
Scott’s first ad portrays a similar tone, but more so focuses on his personal story.
“The people of the 10th Congressional District deserve to hear what the candidates of this race stand for in one of the most reachable forms,” O’Malley said, “George Scott is doing that, two-fold.”
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