You may have heard the news this week that 41-yearincumbent Congressman Dave Obey (D-Wausau) hasdecided to retire rather than face a tough reelection against rising Republican star Sean Duffy. This is great news for Sean and great news for our party. It illustrates how dire the challenge is for incumbent Democrats likeRuss Feingold this November.
To seize on the opportunity, our campaign launched its 2nd television commercial this week. The ad is called "Rebuild," and will air on stations statewide. I hope you'll take a moment to watch it on our website by clicking on the link to the right.
The ad focuses on Terrence's beginnings, fixing-up old buildings and investing the profits into expanding his business and creating jobs. Throughout his life, whether it was the Boy Scouts needing a new office, the Madison Children's Hospital needing to be remodeled or the Henry Vilas Zoo needing rejuvenation, Terrence has stepped up to solve the challenge.
At a time when Washington is as broken as that first building, our state and nation need someone like Terrence who knows how to balance budgets, control spending, reduce deficits and create jobs.
Knowing he is vulnerable, Russ Feingold recently began spending his $4 million war chest on a misleading television ad trying to paper over his record of wasteful spending and record deficits. Terrence is committed to getting the truth out about Feingold's record and ensuring the people of Wisconsin face a real choice this November.
You can help us stay on the air with a contribution today. $10, $20, $50 or whatever you can afford will help us spread our message even more effectively.
As the political climate continues to improve for Republicans all over the country, Wisconsin is increasingly being recognized as the pivotal seat to return control of the Senate towards fiscal responsibility and limited government. You're donation and, most importantly, your vote can truly make a difference this November.
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Paid for by Terrence Wall for U.S. Senate, Inc. Eric McLeod, Treasurer, Copyright 2010