Congressional Hopeful Bob Corlew Affirms His Commitment to Trump Agenda in Second Television Ad

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Former judge and current Congressional candidate Bob Corlew once again affirmed his commitment to support the ambitious Trump Agenda as he announced his second television commercial, set to debut Tuesday.

The 30-second spot, he told supporters in a sneak-peek email, is titled “Opportunity” and it is based on what he has heard from constituents as he crisscrossed the district over the past month since announcing he candidacy:

It has been one month since we announced our campaign and in that time, I have traveled from Pleasant View, to Hendersonville, to Manchester, to Cookeville, and everywhere in between I have had the awesome honor to be in the company of fellow Tennesseans who make Tennessee the best place to live, and to listen to their concerns, their dreams and what they want from their next Congressman.

That’s why today, I released “Opportunity” to share what I have heard from Tennesseans during my travels.

There is no question that folks here in Tennessee believe that President Trump is leading us in the right direction, but they want their representatives in Washington who care about our country and will support President Trump’s agenda.

That’s why I want to go to Congress to stand with President Trump to build the wall, support small business, help create jobs for Tennesseans in Tennessee, rebuild our military, fight for term limits, and rein in reckless spending.

That’s the kind of Congressman I will be if elected, and that’s the kind of Congressman you and your family deserve.

Watch the spot here:

 

Republican Bob Corlew is battling former Tennessee Agriculture Commissioner John Rose and State Representative Judd Matheney (R-Tullahoma) for the nomination to represent the people of the 6th Congressional District. Incumbent Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06) will not return to the Hill in 2018, opting instead to run for Governor, where she is currently the front-runner.

 

 

 

 

 

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