Republican Candidate Neal Dunn for Florida Congressional District 2 today announced that he released a new television spot that will appear across North Florida, making Dunn the first candidate in Congressional District 2 to hit airwaves.
The spot highlights Dunn’s conservative values, including his opposition to Obamacare and wasteful spending, as well his other concerns regarding raising health care costs and the nation’s growing debt. Additionally, the spot focuses on Dunn’s background in the Army and as a doctor and businessman, and why, as a Washington outsider, he is the best candidate to serve in Congress.
“If we want to change Washington by sending another politician there, it won’t change a thing,” said Dr. Dunn. “I’m Neal Dunn and I’m offering something different. I’m a doctor and a businessman. After serving in the Army, I came to North Florida to raise my family. Like you, I’m tried of the broken system in Washington – rising health care costs, growing debt, more waste. I’ll fight to repeal Obamacare, stop the spending and cut waste.”
Since announcing his candidacy for Florida’s Congressional District 2, Dr. Dunn has been endorsed by Congressmen Jeff Miller, Andy Harris and Trent Franks, former U.S. Congressman Steve Southerland, former Speaker Allan Bense, former Senate President Don Gaetz, former Speaker Will Weatherford, and Representatives Dennis Baxley, Jay Trumbull and Elizabeth Porter.