Shenandoah County GOP

Gilmore on the Air
September 8, 2008, 10:30 pm
Filed under: Congress, Election 2008, State Government and Politics


Alexandria – The Jim Gilmore for Senate Campaign and the Republican Party of Virginia (RPV) today announced the release of the first Republican U.S. Senate campaign TV ad in Virginia. Paid for by the RPV and authorized by Jim Gilmore, the ad began airing this past weekend throughout Virginia. 

The 30-second ad, which is titled “Principled” reminds voters of former Gov. Jim Gilmore’s record of honesty and trustworthiness, while comparing Mark Warner to his Party’s Presidential nominee Barack Obama, both of whom are campaigning jointly on raising taxes, bigger government spending and limited domestic oil production — all policies which will further worsen the ongoing financial hardship on Virginia’s working families. 

“I am looking forward to campaigning throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia with the McCain-Palin ticket, which favors, as I do, keeping taxes low, eliminating wasteful government spending and increasing America’s domestic oil production through drilling. Having just returned from an electrifying Republican Convention, we expect to keep the momentum going all the way through election day”, said Gilmore. 

“This ad is a clear reminder to the voters of Virginia that Mark Warner doesn’t know how to keep his promises, and the more people learn about Warner, the more they don’t like what they hear,” said Frederick. “John McCain will need a strong conservative voice in the Senate from Virginia — someone who does what he says he will do.”

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