(Wall Lake, IA) King for Congress yesterday released the final television ad the campaign produced for the election cycle. Titled “Up,” the ad maintains the campaign’s positive messaging and closes with Steve King asking for 4th District residents’ votes on November 4.

“I grew up in Iowa, started with a rusted out dozer. I’ve lived in the same house for 40 years. I know most of you agree our country is slipping away. It’s worth fighting for, no matter whose toes have to be stepped on to make it right. If that’s okay with you, I’d sure appreciate your vote.”

This ad began airing on October 28 and will run through November 4. “With one week until the General Election, King for Congress is building on a 12-point lead in the polls and looks forward to a successful conclusion to this campaign,” said Michael Stevens, King for Congress Campaign Manager.

“Despite the attacks from the left and innumerable lies told by his opponent, Steve has once again run a very positive, issues-based campaign. The 4th District appreciates the consistent, conservative, and principled leadership Steve provides.”

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