Des Moines, IA—The campaign of Brad Zaun, Republican candidate for Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District, released a new television advertisement featuring Dede Zaun, Brad’s wife. The ad began airing throughout the district last night.

Dede Zaun stated, “Congressman Boswell’s campaign and his advertisements have been disgraceful. Leonard Boswell knows no bounds of decency…he will do anything, say anything, and smear anyone to get re-elected.”

Dede Zaun concluded, “Leonard Boswell hasn’t had one single advertisement about his own voting record. That’s because he knows he’s been wrong, and his votes have hurt Iowa families. Like a lot of voters, and a lot of women in the 3rd District, I’ve had enough.”

Transcript:

I’m Brad Zaun, and I approve this message.

Dede Zaun on camera:

“My husband Brad is running for Congress.

I knew it would be tough, what I didn’t expect was Leonard Boswell’s ugly personal attacks on my husband and our family.

Mr. Boswell, your negative campaign is disgraceful.

If you’d fought harder for our jobs, you wouldn’t need to sink so low to keep yours.

I’m voting for Brad Zaun, not because he’s my husband, but because I know the truth.”

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