(DES MOINES) – The Young for Iowa campaign Wednesday announced the release of its second radio ad of the Iowa 3rd Congressional District campaign cycle entitled “Listen”.

The ad will be aired throughout the Third Congressional District.  You can listen below:

https://a9j8u6e6.rocketcdn.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Listen-David-Young-Ad.mp3?_=1

Transcript of the radio ad:

As Iowans, we expect our elected officials to listen more than they talk. This is David Young and I’m running for Congress. Traveling throughout central and southwest Iowa, I’ve visited with Iowans in their homes, on their farms, and at their businesses. They’ve expressed concern about the direction of our country and state of our economy, and discussed solutions like passing a balanced budget amendment and brining Iowa sensibility to Washington. As your congressman, I’ll be at the table making sure government is working for Iowa families so we have economic security, small businesses have the freedoms to grow and hire more workers, and we keep our promises to Iowa seniors. I’m David Young, Iowa candidate for Congress, and I approve this message. Paid for by Young For Iowa, Inc.”

1 comment
  1. Personally, I think David Young’s add with Chuck Grassley and the toe nail clippers was the dumbest add I’ve ever heard! David brings a new type of boredom to the campaign trail. Don’t get me wrong I’ll vote for over any Demacrook, but if he wins it will only be by the grace of God.

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