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Bonamici For Congress Campaign Releases Television Ad

January 26, 2012

Beaverton, Ore (January 26, 2012) – In the closing days of Oregon’s special election, the Bonamici for Congress campaign today released a positive television ad that summarizes the core value Suzanne Bonamici has presented during the campaign: controlling federal spending starts with getting our priorities straight – and once we do that we can reduce the debt and invest in job creation to get our country and our economy back on track.

This core value – and Bonamici’s work ethic and record of accomplishment – is why she has received overwhelming editorial support from newspapers throughout the district.  It also why hundreds of volunteers have given time to make calls and knock on doors to share the positive energy and enthusiasm they have for Bonamici’s candidacy for Congress.

“Suzanne Bonamici truly is the right candidate at the right time.  In the shadow of the collapse of the market and the housing industry, we need someone like Suzanne who has spent her entire career standing up for middle class families, small businesses and consumers – someone who has fought for fairness and opportunity for all,” Carol Butler, campaign manager.

Bonamici is endorsed by The Daily Astorian, Beaverton Valley Times, News Times of Forest Grove, Hillsboro Argus, Portland Tribune, The Oregonian, Regal Courier, The South County Spotlight, The Tigard-Tualatin-Sherwood Times and the Willamette Week.

Watch the ad here.


Voiceover –

It’s not just her plan to create jobs for middle-class Oregonians.  Or finally get Washington’s priorities straight.

All that and more leads newspapers across northwest Oregon to endorse Suzanne Bonamici as Oregon’s choice for Congress.

Bonamici’s “diligence and determination.”

She’ll vote to end the Bush tax breaks for millionaires and billionaires.

“Trim the deficit.  And create jobs as a result.”

Suzanne Bonamici.  “The clear choice” for Congress.

Suzanne -

I’m Suzanne Bonamici, and I approve this message.


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