* From a press release…
Today, the Dold for Congress campaign released its first ad of the 2014 campaign, “Enough Blame”, which highlights Bob Dold’s focus on putting people before politics and ending the partisan blame game in Washington.
“Like millions of Americans across the country, 10th District voters are tired of the partisan finger pointing in Washington and are anxious to restore serious, effective, bipartisan leadership to their seat in Congress. As a small business owner and father of three with a clear record as an independent leader who puts people before politics, Bob Dold offers 10th District voters a positive alternative to the status quo and a commitment to growing the economy and improving the quality of life for families throughout the District,” Dold Campaign Manager James Slepian said.
* The ad will be running on cable TV and online…
* The script…
Who’s to blame? Washington’s favorite question. Bob Dold says, just fix it.
‘It’s putting the people first, in front of the politics’
Running a small business, raising three kids, Dold knows we’ve got problems to solve.
‘More jobs are leaving, uncertainty around retirement, cost of education. We need to make sure that there’s a level playing field.’
Bob Dold’s plan: Job training for the unemployed. Improve mass transit. Make college more affordable.
‘Washington should be trying to make it easier for you. I’m Bob Dold and I approve this message.’
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