Brenna Findley, Republican nominee for Iowa Attorney General, has launched her first TV ad, “Choice” yesterday on statewide network television.

Findley said, “We bring our message to get Iowa back on track and back to work to television.  I’ve been campaigning in all 99 counties, listening to Iowans. As Attorney General I will work hard to stop Washington-style spending in Iowa, lock up sexual predators and keep them locked up, and protect Iowans from being forced to buy Washington’s handpicked health insurance.”

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