Perry Campaign Launches First Television Ad

News from the Perry campaign today as the campaign launches its first television ad…


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September 28, 2010

Perry Campaign Launches First Television Ad

Focuses on government spending and the nation’s $13 trillion debt

SANDWICH – Jeff Perry launched his first television ad of the general election campaign today, focusing on the importance of fiscal responsibility and the problem of America’s $13 trillion national debt.

Please click above to view the video.

Opening scenes of the ad feature Perry holding his granddaughter, Faith, in his arms. Pointing to his granddaughter, Perry tells the viewing audience that America’s $13 trillion national debt is creating an unmanageable burden for future generations. “Because of reckless government spending, every child born in America starts out owing over $40,000.”

Reducing the size of the $13 trillion national debt is a fiscal priority for Perry in his campaign. Earlier this week, Perry pledged publicly not to request earmarks in the federal budget, earning him the endorsement of the nationwide Council for Citizens Against Government Waste Political Action Committee (CCAGW PAC) in the 10th Congressional district race. He has also voiced support for passage of constitutional amendments for a balanced budget and for presidential line item veto authority.

In the ad, Perry promises viewers that he will “fight to cut spending, reduce debt and keep taxes low.” He ends with the message, “Kids like Faith are counting on us. I won’t let them down.”

Perry’s ad is scheduled to be broadcast on television stations serving the 10th Congressional District. To view the ad online, please click here.

Jeff Perry is the Republican candidate for Congress in the 10th Congressional District. He currently serves as State Representative for the 5th Barnstable District and lives in Sandwich with his wife, Lisa. He is also a licensed attorney. For more information about Jeff Perry and his campaign, please visit: www.JeffPerryforCongress.com.

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