Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Martha McSally Releases Second Television Ad - "Rekindle"!


Highlights her independence and priorities in Congress

Tucson - Martha McSally released her second television advertisement of the General Election today. The ad, titled "Rekindle," will run in broadcast and cable markets district-wide and talks about Martha's experience as an independent leader and underscores the need to send new, dynamic leaders to Congress to propose solutions with less politics.

"To tackle our debt and get the economy back on trackwe need leaders in Congress willing to challenge the system and get results," said McSally. "We need leadersin Congress who are willing to do what is right no matter the personal or political cost. I did that as an Air Force Colonel and I will do the same in Congress."

"Washington politicians are failing the people of Southern Arizona because both sides are too busy bickering with each other to ever have a serious discussion about the problems we are facing together. Both sides need to come together to find solutions. These are serious problems, and it's time Washington started treating them as such, instead of using them for their own political gain."

You can view the ad here on the McSally for Congress YouTube page:

Transcript of the ad:

Narrator: "Martha McSally know no labels. She lives the independent spirit. She became the first woman to command. With our nation on the wrong path we need leaders like Martha McSally to challenge the establishment and reform Washington.

Martha McSally: "We have got to rekindle and unshackle the American spirit. We've got to rein in our debt, we have got to get our economy going again."

Narrator: "McSally's always led from the front with courage and integrity."

Martha McSally: "I'm Martha McSally and I approve this message"

Martha McSally is the first female fighter pilot to fly in combat, and first to command a fighter squadron in combat in United States history. In 2001-2002, Martha McSally earned national recognition for successfully overturning a military policy requiring all U.S. servicewomen to wear Muslim clothing when off base in Saudi Arabia.

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