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NRCC Launches New Website and Video: Christie Vilsack’s Greatest Ducks

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Iowa Dem Attempts to Hide Her Allegiance to Obama’s Job-Destroying Agenda

Washington — Today the National Republican Congressional Committee announced a new website, www.DuckingVilsack.com and video exposing the inadequate answers, stumbles and vagaries that Christie Vilsack has become known for in Iowa. With Washington Democrats’ big-government healthcare takeover and reckless spending sprees hampering economic recovery, Iowa families don’t want a politician who is trying to cover up her true addiction to Obama’s toxic big-government priorities.

“At first it’s laughable to watch Christie Vilsack’s uncomfortable ducks to the simple questions she’s been asked by Iowa voters and reporters,” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay. “But when you remember that Vilsack is actually attempting a run for Congress without coming clean on her support for Obama’s job-destroying policies, her continued ducking is a troubling habit that should concern Iowa voters.”

Christie Vilsack’s signature duck has become all too familiar to reporters and voters in Iowa:

“My inbox is jammed every day with emails of what the [Vilsack] campaigns want to address. Too bad we can’t get answers on what voters want to know.” (David Price, “No Comment: King vs. Vilsack,” WHOtv, June 20, 2012)


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Kevin Hall
Kevin Hall brings almost two decades of journalistic experience to TheIowaRepublican. Starting in college as a radio broadcaster, Hall eventually became a television anchor/reporter for stations in North Carolina, Missouri, and Iowa. During the 2007 caucus cycle, Hall changed careers and joined the political realm. He was the northwest Iowa field director for Fred Thompson's presidential campaign. Hall helped Terry Branstad return to the governor's office by organizing southwest Iowa for Branstad's 2010 campaign. Hall serves as a reporter/columnist for TheIowaRepublican.com.




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