Arntzen hits TV airways

2014-04-27T00:15:00Z 2014-05-30T10:59:20Z Arntzen hits TV airwaysGazette State Bureau The Billings Gazette
April 27, 2014 12:15 am  • 

HELENA — Republican U.S. House candidate Elsie Arntzen has gone up with her first two television advertisements.

Arntzen, a state senator from Billings, is one of five Republicans seeking their party’s nomination in the June 3 primary.

Two of her primary opponents, state Sen. Matt Rosendale of Glendive and former state Sen. Corey Stapleton of Missoula, began running television ads last week.

Arntzen’s two ads, called “We Can Do Better,” began running Friday. They show a field with some pine trees and mountains in the background. Then it cuts to Arntzen sitting in a house.

Here’s what Arntzen says in the first ad:

“Our country is threatened by uncontrolled spending and out-of-touch policies. I’m Elsie Arntzen, a conservative legislator, teacher, parent and wife. I’m running for U.S. Congress to provide a new approach.

“As I travel the state that I love, I find that Montanans are troubled by the liberal polices of Obama and Pelosi. We can do better. And with your vote, we will.

“My conservative legislative record is strong and clear. And on your behalf, I will take that leadership and experience with me to Washington. I’m Elsie Arntzen. I approve this message.”

The visuals in the second ad are the same, although the message is slightly different.

Here it is:

“Our country is threatened by unsustainable spending and out-of-touch policies. I’m Elsie Arntzen, a conservative legislator, teacher, parent and wife. I’m running for U.S. Congress to provide a new approach.

“As a born and raised Montanan, it troubles me to see Obama and Pelosi’s liberal policies hurting our state. We can do better. And with your vote, we will.”

“Serving you is dear to me. And to be sure, I’m not running against anyone. I’m running for the best interests of Montana and our country. I’m Elsie Arntzen. I approve this message.”

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