PA7: Wild 1st TV Ad Highlights Bipartisanship

A force.

Susan Wild, Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District, released her first television ad of the general election cycle. The 30 second ad called, “Force” playing on WFMZ and local cable details Wild’s belief that partisanship is hurting the families of the Lehigh Valley and suggests taking on a couple of initiatives to break through the gridlock.  

“I’m running for Congress because the extreme partisanship in Washington today is hurting our Lehigh Valley families,” Wild says in the ad. “I’ll be a bipartisan force to make healthcare more affordable for the middle class, to make college and career training more available, to end tax giveaways to corporations who then ship jobs overseas.”

“Susan Wild believes everyone deserves access to a good-paying job,” said Communications Director, Sally Tucker. “She is committed to fighting for affordable, high-quality health care and ensuring training opportunities and affordable college education are available to everyone in the 7th congressional district. We’re excited to share her values and qualifications with voters in the district.”

Wild is taking on GOP candidate Marty Nothstein for the newly drawn 7th District open seat in the Lehigh Valley.

The Nothstein campaign did not immediately respond for comment for this story.

This is the first television ad of the race between Nothstein and Wild.

If you see this ad or any political ad, I invite you to flag it for me at John@PoliticsPA.com.

6 Responses

  1. Susan Wild is a joke! Bipartisan?? Yeah right. She’s supported by EMILYs List and stands up for the Elizabeth Warren wing of the Democratic Party. Not to mention she is Ed’s right hand gal in the midst of all of the Allentown corruption. She is a fraud.

  2. It’s a yamner and the music and slow motion movement at the end are hokey. Dems can do better than this ad.

  3. This ad is disgusting. I’m a Democrat, I’m voting for Susan Wild, but she is surely not courting the vote of the people who need to vote for her to win. It is shameful to be “bipartisan” in a time like this.

    1. Amen. We don’t need more people working with TheRumps party. We need folks courageous enough to oppose them and fight for the majority who is being crushed by its corporate policies.

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