Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Lentz launches his first two ads

State Rep. Bryan Lentz, D-161, of Swarthmore, the Democratic candidate in the 7th Congressional District race, launched his first two advertisements today.

 “These ads will reinforce the message voters across the 7th District have already been getting whenever they come in contact with Bryan Lentz and his campaign,” said Kevin McTigue, Lentz's campaign manager. “Bryan Lentz has fought for the priorities of the residents of this country and hard working families as a soldier and a state legislator, and will continue to do so in Washington, DC.”

 Lentz is running against Republican candidate Pat Meehan, a former U.S. Attorney, and third-party conservative candidate Jim Schneller. 

Trailing in money and trailing in the polls, Bryan Lentz runs from his record as the tax and spend liberal that has endeared him to the hearts of Nancy Pelosi and the Democrat liberal elite in Washington, said Bryan Kendro, Meehan's campaign manager. “Actions speak louder than words, and this is yet another example of Bryan Lentz's deceptive and misleading campaign rhetoric not matching up to his voting record in Harrisburg.

To see the advertisements, check out the below links:

Just last week, the Americans for Job Security launched an attack ad against Lentz. To read more about that, check out the previous posting on this blog titled: "Americans for Job Security targets Lentz in the 7th Congressional District" or check out this link:


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