Off to the races.
Marty Nothstein, GOP candidate for Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional district, released his first television ad of the general election cycle. The 30 second ad, “Hometown Champion” highlights his background as an Olympic gold medalists and career fighting for lower taxes and seniors.
“He dreamed big, worked hard, and won an Olympic gold for America,” the voiceover says in the beginning of the ad. “Then he went to work, farmed his land, raised his family, started a small business.”
“We’ve kept it modest and to-the-point: a young man who worked his heart out to bring his country an Olympic gold medal, came home, started his own business, and then took on the problems of his community and solved them with common sense and hard work,” Dennis Roddy, Marty Nothstein for Congress spokesman said of the ad. “We don’t have Susan Wild’s out-of-town contributors. We have a story of hard work and success for the people of the Lehigh Valley.”
Nothstein is facing Democrat Susan Wild for the newly drawn 7th District open seat in the Lehigh Valley.
The Wild’s campaigns first television ad pitched a bipartisan approach for governing the district.
The Wild campaign declined to comment on this new ad.
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