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July 30th, 2012
 

King Releases New Radio Advertisement

Ad highlights King’s vision and willingness to always tell voters exactly where he stands on the issues

(AMES) – As Christie Vilsack holds yet another out-of-state fundraiser with out-of-touch liberals today in New York City, Congressman Steve King (R-Kiron) released a new 60-second radio advertisement in Iowa’s new 4th Congressional District. The ad, titled “Seen,” highlights King’s clear plan for the 4th District and his willingness to always tell voters exactly where he stands on the issues.

“The people of Iowa’s 4th Congressional District deserve to know exactly where their candidates stand on the issues,” said Congressman King. “Our plan for the 4th District is clear – repeal 100 percent of ObamaCare, pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the United States Constitution and harness and harvest all forms of American energy. The result will be more freedom and opportunity for Americans and Iowans.”

The following is the transcript of the radio advertisement:

Female Announcer:

Have you ever actually seen Christie Vilsack this summer? She honestly doesn’t seem to have positions on anything, so she’s hidden behind a barrage of dishonest, negative ads.

Meanwhile, Steve King’s been all over the fourth district, listening to folks, and telling us clearly where he stands.

In Storm Lake, Steve left no doubt that he’ll continue leading the charge to repeal Obamacare.

If you were in Mason City, you heard how Congressman King strongly supports a federal balanced budget amendment, like the one we have in Iowa.

And, in Ames Steve explained his work to help harness all forms of American energy, especially Iowa energy.

Steve King never hides. And he thinks like we do. Let’s re-elect him for sure.

Congressman King:

I’m Steve King and I approve this message.

The radio advertisement will air on stations throughout the new 4th Congressional District.

Photo by Dave Davidson, Prezography.com


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