August 5th, 2016–Cottage Grove, MN…Today, the Jason Lewis for Congress campaign released its first television ad in advance of the August 9th Republican primary.
The ad, titled “Getting the job done”, highlights Jason’s positive vision for Minnesota and takes aim at the career politicians who have failed us in Washington.
“Minnesota deserves fresh, independent leadership that will put our hardworking families first,” Lewis said. “The tired policies of the career politicians in Washington have failed us. We need to grow our economy with good paying jobs, stop our skyrocketing debt and secure our borders. As your next U.S. Congressman, I will be an independent voice fighting for Minnesota’s Second District.”
Jason Lewis spent 25 years on the air as a voice in the conservative movement. An active Minnesota resident for two decades, he and his wife Leigh have two young daughters, Lindsey and Lauren. Jason organized the first annual tax rally that has become a tradition in St. Paul, with thousands gathering to fight to keep more of what they earn. Jason is also an author, public speaker, and started his career as a business owner running Lewis Motor Supply, a small business founded by his grandfather.
Lewis has been endorsed by Congressman Tom Emmer, the Republican Party of Minnesota, U.S. Senator Rand Paul, the Freedom Club, the Powerline Blog, State Senator Dan Hall, State Senator Karin Housley, State Senator Eric Pratt, State Senator Dave Thompson, State Representative Tony Albright, State Representative Matt Dean, State Representative Steve Drazkowski, State Representative Kelly Fenton, State Representative Jon Koznick, State Representative Kathy Lohmer, State Representative Bob Loonan, State Representative Linda Runbeck, State Representative Bob Vogel, 2014 Gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson, U of MN Board of Regents and former State Representative Laura Brod, South St. Paul Councilman Bill Flatley, former MNGOP Chair Bill Cooper, former Speaker Kurt Zellers, former candidate for Governor and CEO of Celcuity Brian Sullivan, 2nd Amendment advocate Dr. John Lott, 2008 national delegate and veteran Chris Andryski, retired Army Captain and Iraq War veteran Jake Duesenberg, U.S. Air Force Veteran Nathan Krogstad, United States Marine Corps Veteran Greg O’Connor.