Lally unveils ‘fighting’ ad

In the race for Congress, Republican Todd Lally has launched his first TV ad of the general election that will begin airing today. The 30-second advertisement highlights the political newcomers biography as a Louisville native and combat veteran in his bid to unseat U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, a Democrat.

“John Yarmuth has supported policies that have given us more debt, less jobs, and higher taxes,” Lally said in a news release. “The contrast between myself and Congressman Yarmuth couldn’t be clearer: I am an outsider who will fight for more jobs, not Nancy Pelosi’s extreme liberal San Francisco agenda.”

The ad features Lally, a lieutenant colonel in the Kentucky Air National Guard, outside of a closed down business highlighting his plan to bring jobs back to Louisville.

Check it out:

One Comment

  1. Steve Magruder
    Posted September 27, 2010 at 1:45 pm | Permalink

    This is a well-produced ad, given that the candidate has no record whatsoever on local civic matters.

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  1. [...] September 27, 2010 in Local News, Politics | Tags: 3rd district, ads, Congress, lally, TV, Yarmuth | by gabebullard Republican Congressional candidate Todd Lally has released his first television ad. The spot gives a short biography of the candidate, criticizes incumbent Democrat John Yarmuth and touches on conservative economic points (jobs, debt, etc). You can watch it here. [...]