Webster Campaign Releases 'Main Street' Television Ad

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEbutton
September 23, 2010
Daniel Webster for Congress
Contact: Brian Graham at (904) 376-5288
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Webster Campaign Releases ‘Main Street’ Television Ad

  

ORLANDO, FL – Today, Daniel Webster for Congress releases a new television ad titled ‘Main Street.’  This ad is Webster’s first for the General Election.

The ad is set in downtown Winter Garden, a small city outside Orlando where Webster resided for over 5 years.  The advertisement speaks of pertinent issues such as reducing our debt, creating jobs, and fixing Washington.

“Our ad is a stark contrast to the negative ads being aired by the incumbent,” said Webster Spokesman, Brian Graham.  “Daniel Webster addresses the issues that are affecting our everyday lives. Mr. Webster is clearly the candidate who will end ‘business as usual’ in Washington and get our country back on the right track.”

 

The ad can also be viewed here:  http://www.ElectWebster.com

Daniel Webster, a family man and small-business owner, has dedicated himself to serve the citizens of central Florida with honor and integrity. Daniel Webster served as Majority Leader of the Florida Senate and the first GOP Speaker of the House in over a century.

Daniel Webster has been endorsed by the National Rifle Association, the American Conservative Union, the House Conservatives Fund, Governor Jeb Bush, Governor Mike Huckabee, Governor Bob Martinez, US Senator George LeMieux, US Senator Connie Mack, Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson, former Comptroller Bob Milligan, former Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher, former Secretary of State Sandra Mortham, Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty, Orange County Clerk of Court Lydia Gardner, Orange County Property Appraiser Bill Donegan, Orange County Commissioner Fred Brummer, Orange County School Board Member Christine Moore, former RPOF Chairman Tom Slade, former Senate President Ken Pruitt, former RPOF Chairman Van Poole, former Senate President Tom Lee, former Speaker Tom Feeney, former Senate President John McKay, former Speaker Allan Bense, and former Senate President Jim Scott.

 

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