ADVERTISEMENT

(Des Moines, IA) Yesterday, Mother, Soldier, Independent Leader and Iowa’s Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, Joni Ernst, released a web ad titled “Service.”

The new web video highlights Joni’s passion for serving her community, state and nation – whether that is in uniform as a battalion commander and Lt. Colonel in the Iowa Army National Guard, as a Sunday School teacher, or representing southwest Iowa as a member of the state senate.  In the video, Ernst talks about what service means to her and how appreciative she is of those who sacrificed in the past so that Joni and her family are able to giveback.

Joni Ernst’s spokesperson, Gretchen Hamel, stated:  “We are so proud of Joni and her service to her community, to Iowa, and our nation.  There is a clear contrast in this election and its can be seen in this web video: Joni Ernst believes that it is Iowa Values and Iowans willing to serve their neighbors that make our state great and are the ingredients needed in Washington to get our great nation back on track.”

Joni is currently on her annual active duty with the Iowa Army National Guard at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin through Friday, July 26th.

For more information about Joni Ernst and her candidacy for United States Senate, please visit www.joniforiowa.com, follow the campaign on Facebook and on Twitter.

Subscribe For Latest Updates

Sign up to receive stimulating conservative Christian commentary in your inbox.

Invalid email address
We promise not to spam you. You can unsubscribe at any time.
You May Also Like

Team Joni Unveils New Virtual Campaign Headquarters

Joni for Iowa’s new virtual campaign headquarters, JoniHQ, will serve as an online home base for Iowans working to re-elect U.S. Senator Joni Ernst.

Branstad, Reynolds Stump for Zach Nunn

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds campaigned for Iowa State Representative Zach Nunn (R-Boundrant) at Sugar Shack in Altoona.

Ron Paul’s College-Aged Fans, Kids These Days

By Emily Borkholder Last week was my first CPAC. I have been…

The Education Funding Debate in Iowa

Walt Rogers: Those who argue Iowa does not fully fund education need to decide whether additional spending is funded with tax hikes or budget cuts elsewhere.