Tuesday, May 4, 2010

CD-1 Frontrunner, Dr. Paul Gosar, Continues to Lead the Pack. Announces New Radio Ad

CD-1 Frontrunner, Dr. Paul Gosar, Continues to Lead the Pack. Announces New Radio Ad

Flagstaff, AZ. May 4, 2010:
  Last month the Gosar for Congress campaign announced that voters across Congressional District 1 would be able to hear Dr. Gosar on the radio with his message of bringing common sense, no-nonsense solutions back to Washington D.C.   Today, after great success from the first ad, the campaign has announced that it has launched a brand new radio spot to be layered with the current ad already running.

 “We are running a campaign that the voters in CD-1 can be proud of,” said Dr. Gosar.  “I am confident that voters will respond as favorably to the new ad as they did to our last one.”

Residents of Congressional District 1 will be able to hear the new ad on all major talk-radio stations.   The radio spot can also be heard at www.GosarforCongress.com.

The 51-year old husband, 25 year resident of Flagstaff, father of three, and sports and hunting enthusiast, has been traveling all over Congressional District 1 for the past several months and has enjoyed meeting with supporters who share the belief that his background as a small business owner, his conservative principals, and his experiences make him the Republican favorite to unseat Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick.

Dr. Gosar has been endorsed by the American Dental Political Action Committee, Pinal County Supervisor Bryan Martyn, NRA past President Bob Corbin, Sheriff Joe Richards, and Sheriff Joe Arpaio to name a few.

Dr. Gosar is Arizona's former "Dentist of the Year" who practices general dentistry in Flagstaff.


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