Spot draws sharp contrast with McClintock's votes against the district – which he doesn't even live in
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Today, the Morse for Congress campaign released its second TV ad of the cycle in the 4th Congressional District race. Titled "Voting," the ad contrasts Morse's pledge to always put the residents of the community first with McClintock's repeated votes against working families in the district – which McClintock still doesn't live in despite representing it in Congress for a decade. The spot will be backed by a six-figure buy on broadcast and cable in the Sacramento and Reno media markets.
A full transcript is below, and the ad can be viewed here.
VOICEOVER: "In ten years, Tom McClintock has never voted for himself, because he doesn't live in our district.
"But he's voted in Congress, where he's voted against funding to prevent wildfires, or to help homeowners afford to rebuild after after natural disasters."
MORSE (TO CAMERA): "It's easy to vote against the interests of your district when the people aren't your neighbors. My family's been here for five generations, and I want to help protect and defend our incredible wilderness, our water, and the families who live and work here.
"I'm Jessica Morse, and I approve this message."
Votes: HR 4667, TCJA.