Press Release from Zach Wamp for Governor; July 29, 2010:
NASHVILLE – Zach Wamp, Republican candidate for Governor, today unveiled two new television commercials in his campaign for governor designed to speak directly to voters in the closing days of the Republican primary.
One ad sets the record straight about Bill Haslam’s multi-million dollar barrage of TV and radio attack ads and negative direct mail pieces that seek to mislead voters about Wamp’s conservative voting record and outstanding public service.
The second ad cuts through all campaign clutter and features Wamp speaking directly to voters from his heart. You may view these ads online via the campaign’s You Tube channel by clicking here: http://www.youtube.com/user/zachwamp2010#p/u/7/gw_1s1ThMpY
Both ads are now running on broadcast television in all of the state’s media markets. Scripts of the two new television ads follow:
Zach Wamp :30 TV ad – “SMOKESCREEN”
Rusty: “This Bill Haslam ticks me off.
He’s spending his millions attacking a good man, Zach Wamp.
What a smokescreen. Haslam doesn’t want you to know that the first thing he did as Mayor was raise property taxes.
Zach Wamp’s got my vote because he’s never raised taxes.”
Zach Wamp: “I’m Zach Wamp. We don’t need higher taxes.
As Governor, I’ll cut spending, create more jobs and guarantee no state income tax.
That’s why I need your vote.”
Zach Wamp :30 TV ad – “HERE’S MY HEART”
Zach Wamp: “I’m Zach Wamp. The other candidates for Governor are spending millions attacking me.
But the truth is I have a solid conservative record and the right experience to be our 49th governor.
And here’s my heart.
I believe God is the center of the universe. He made us to serve him and to serve others.
We must restore America to its Judeo-Christian heritage and our constitution.
This can start here in Tennessee.
So I want to be your Governor.”
For more information about Zach Wamp and his campaign for governor, including his 20/20 Vision For an Even Better Tennessee, please visit the campaign online at www.ZachWamp.com.