Edwards Launches First General Election TV Ad | Eastern North Carolina Now | “Dollar” Hits Airwaves September 30

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Press Release:

    Hendersonville - Sen. Chuck Edwards, the Republican nominee for Congress in North Carolina's 11th District, today launched his first television advertisement of the general election. The ad, titled "Dollar," will begin running on broadcast television in western North Carolina on September 30. The ad is part of an advertising plan that will be in effect through Election Day.

    "This first ad of our general election campaign is a powerful summation of the message our campaign has been delivering all year," Edwards said. "That I'll focus on restoring our economy by standing up to the inflationary spending of the far-left, cutting taxes, and putting people back to work. Just like I've done in Raleigh."

    The ad and a transcript can be viewed below.


    The American dollar.

    You work hard for it. It supports your family.

    But because of Joe Biden, it doesn't go as far as it used to.

    I'm Chuck Edwards. Biden's wrecking our economy, and mountain families are paying the price.

    Groceries, gas, medicine. Everything's costing more.

    I'll fight to unleash American energy, lower taxes, and kill wasteful spending.

    I'm Chuck Edwards. I approved this message because it's time to put more of these in your pocket and less in his.



   Contact:
   Email: press@chuckedwardsforcongress.com
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