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Arizona, Elections, Politics

New Ad: Jeff Flake Is Arizona’s Man in Washington

Posted: September 19, 2012 at 9:20 am   /   by

Democrat Richard Carmona is President Obama’s man in Arizona

PHOENIX – Some decisions are just easier than others. For Arizonans, who they choose to represent them in the United States Senate is one such example: Democrat Richard Carmona was handpicked by President Obama to run because he’d be a reliable rubber stamp vote for his party’s liberal agenda, while Arizona’s Jeff Flake is a proven reformer who will continue to provide a check and balance on both parties in order to make sure Arizonans are represented fairly.

That is the choice presented in the first general election television ad from Jeff Flake for U.S. Senate. The ad debuts today statewide on broadcast and cable television.



VOICE OVER:  Richard Carmona was recruited by Barack Obama. (

VO:  Carmona is for Obama’s health care law. (
VO:  Flake’s against Obama’s health care law. He supports a realistic plan to strengthen Medicare.
VO:  Obama’s man in Arizona?
VO:  Or Jeff Flake, Arizona’s man in Washington?
VO:  Some decisions are just easier than others.
JEFF FLAKE:  I’m Jeff Flake, and I approved this message.


“Richard Carmona has was handpicked by President Obama and the liberal wing of the Democratic Party for a reason, because they knew he’d be a reliable rubber stamp for them,” said Andrew Wilder, communications director for Flake for Senate.  “Jeff Flake has proven that he’ll stand up to both parties, if necessary, in order to reform Washington and to represent to best interests of Arizonans.”
Stay up to date on Richard Carmona’s campaign to be a rubber stamp for Democrats’ liberal agenda in Washington by visiting


From Jeff Flake for U.S. Senate.