Shapiro Releases Second TV Ad “Quiz”
SARASOTA, FL – Today, Democratic candidate for Florida’s 16th Congressional District David Shapiro released his second ad, “Quiz”, which highlights David’s top priorities in Congress.
“Washington politicians have failed the test when it comes to protecting Florida families,” narrates David Shapiro. “I’m David Shapiro, and people ask me, what will I do in Congress?”
David then narrates the options:
“‘A’ Fight for Access to Quality, Affordable Healthcare.
‘B’, Stand Up to plans that would put Social Security and Medicare at Risk.
Or ‘C’, work to fix the VA to make sure that veterans get the benefits they earned.”
Before finishing by saying, “The answer? ‘D’, all of the above.”
The ad, which will air alongside David’s first ad “Vowed” on broadcast and cable television, highlights David’s priorities to fight for access to quality and affordable health care, stand up to Washington politicians who would put Social Security and Medicare at risk, and work to fix the Veterans Administration to ensure veterans get the benefits they earned.
“David’s message of fighting for Florida families is resonating across Florida’s 16th district,” said Shapiro campaign manager, Alex Vuskovic. “People are ready for a leader who will fight for our seniors, for our veterans, and for a health care system that’s accessible and affordable for all Florida families. They’re done with Washington politicians who are interested in writing yacht-sized tax handouts for themselves while leaving Florida families to sink or swim.”
David’s campaign in recent weeks has attracted national attention, as political handicappers Cook Political Report and Sabato’s Crystal Ball have upgraded the chances of the seat flipping in Democrats’ favor.
David To Camera: Washington politicians have failed the test when it comes to protecting Florida families. I’m David Shapiro, and people ask me, what will I do in Congress?
David Narrating: “A” Fight for Access to Quality, Affordable Healthcare. “B”, Stand Up to plans that would put Social Security and Medicare at Risk. Or “C”, work to fix the VA to make sure that veterans get the benefits they earned.
David to Camera: The answer? “D”, all of the above.