Today, George Scott, Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District, released his first television ad of the general election cycle today. The 30 second spot called, “Journey” details Scott’s upbringing on a farm, his military service, and his role as a Lutheran minister.
“My journey taught me, service isn’t about partisanship, it’s about helping each other,” Scott says in the ad. “It’s a lesson politicians haven’t learned in Washington, where corporations and billionaires are poisoning our democracy.”
“This takes the campaign right into the living rooms of the people of Cumberland, Dauphin and York counties,” said Communication Director Stephany Dugan. “George’s journey has always been about putting the needs of others first. In Congress, he will continue to do just that.”
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 is the third Democratic Congressional candidate to release his first television ad for November’s election, this week. Like, Rep. Conor Lamb (D-Allegheny) and Ron DiNicola (D-Erie), all three candidate’s ads touted bipartisanship and their military backgrounds.
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