(Des Moines, IA) Johnston attorney and Republican Attorney General candidate Adam Gregg today released a new television advertisement.

The spot is titled “Agenda” and it highlights Tom Miller’s support of President Obama’s political agenda.  On issues from his unwavering support of Obamacare to failing to aggressively fight EPA regulations affecting our farmers and businesses, Tom Miller has chosen the wrong agenda for Iowans.

The advertisement can be found here or below for viewing

“This campaign is about who will stand up for Iowans each and every day,” Gregg noted. “Iowans deserve an Attorney General who independently represents their interests, and not the interests of President Obama or some fringe political agenda,” Gregg added.

“Unlike my opponent, I’ve traveled to each of Iowa’s 99 counties,” Gregg added. “The message I have received has been crystal clear: Iowans are tired of Tom Miller fighting for President Obama’s agenda, and not for the interests of everyday Iowans.”

Transcript of the “Fighting for Iowa” spot:

Tom Miller has forgotten who he represents.

Miller: “I want to thank from the bottom of my heart, the Obama Administration.”

On nearly every issue affecting our rights, Tom Miller defends President Obama, not Iowa.

Adam Gregg: “I’m Adam Gregg, and as your Attorney General, I’ll fight for Iowa.”

It’s time for a new Attorney General. One who will put Iowa first.

Adam Gregg for Attorney General.

AG for AG.

An Attorney General Iowa can rely on.

Paid for by Adam Gregg for Iowa.

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