Republican congressional candidate Larry Hausman launched his first television advertisement in his bid for U.S. Congress. The commercial hits on the angst over health care reform, fiscal responsibility and “trampling the Constitution,” (whatever that means) and will begin airing on several cable stations in the area, including Fox News. Last week, the Hausman campaign premiered its fist radio commercial during conservative commentator Sean Hannity’s program.
The financial adviser hopes to make it through the crowded GOP primary against Todd Lally, Jeff Reetz and Brooks Wicker. The winner will face Democratic Congressman John Yarmuth, KY-3, who is running unopposed in the primary.
Interestingly, Hausman’s campaign is openly courting the “anger among voters” that has been ridiculed as of late.
From the YouTube video description:
Louisville Republican candidate for Congress shows he is in touch with the anger among voters who believe Washington is trampling on the Constitution and saddling our grandchildren with unmanageable debt.