House Majority PAC Launches Second Ad In NC-07

Spot Begins Running Today in Wilmington

Washington, D.C. – House Majority PAC announced today that it will begin running a television ad in Wilmington hitting lobbyist-politician David Rouzer for a fundraising practice the Fayetteville Observer said “stinks.”

The ad, entitled “Stinks,” begins airing today.

“Stinks” can be viewed here:

This is the second ad House Majority PAC has run in NC-07. The first ad, “Hurt,” which ran for two weeks in Wilmington can be viewed here:

“David Rouzer has a sordid history as a lobbyist-turned-politician who let lobbyists rewrite legislation and even engaged in a fundraising practice the Fayetteville Observer said ‘stinks,’” said Alixandria Lapp, Executive Director of House Majority PAC. “North Carolina deserves better than lobbyist-politician David Rouzer.”

The NC-07 ad announced today is part of a new $2.2 million spending initiative from House Majority PAC that includes ads in six districts nationwide.


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