“I am proud to be running for Congress here in Bucks and Montgomery counties to represent my family, friends and neighbors,” Reddick said.
The 30-second ad pushes the message that Reddick is a native of Bucks county, the base for the 1st district, and that her opponent Scott Wallace moved into the district.
“Who can we trust to stand up to Trump? A Maryland multimillionaire … Or Bucks County’s own, Democrat Rachel Reddick,” the ad’s narrator says.
“Scott Wallace isn’t one of us. Until last year, he was registered to vote at his mansion in Maryland and directed ballots to his home in South Africa, in a gated luxury estate.”
Wallace’s campaign responded with their own allegations against Reddick.
“This is a desperate, negative campaign from Rachel Reddick, who has never even voted in a Democratic primary. Reddick knows this is the only way she can win and we fully expected her misleading attacks,” Wallace campaign manager Eric Nagy said.
“Before switching parties to run for Congress, Reddick was a lifelong registered Republican and Republican primary voter. Scott Wallace is a lifelong Democrat and has been taking on Republicans and fighting for progressive change.”
The ad, which will be playing on cable TV across the district, can be viewed below.