Published August 14 2012
Gulleson launches first TV ad of U.S. House bidFARGO – Democratic U.S. House candidate Pam Gulleson has released her first TV ad of the 2012 contest.
The 30-second spot, called “Values,” is a biographical introduction to Gulleson, who’s been a lifelong farmer in southeast North Dakota.
“Hard work like this keeps your head clear and your feet firmly on the ground,” Gulleson says amid a visual backdrop of her riding horses and working on her farm near Rutland. “It’s why we put family, faith and community first in North Dakota.”
Gulleson released a radio ad in June that carried a similar message, but this marks her first introduction to North Dakota’s TV viewers.
Republican Kevin Cramer released his first TV ad of the House race in May. At the time, Cramer still faced a contested bid for the GOP nomination against the party-endorsed candidate, Brian Kalk.
Cramer has not released any ads for the general-election phase of the campaign.