Karen Handel talks about trust in radio ads

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Updated 8 am on Wednesday: Karen Handel joined Georgia’s Morning News with Zoller and Bryant to talk about her push on radio.  What’s the issue and how will she get the message out? “I have been able to get things done in very tough environments,” Handel said.   Here’s more of what she had to say:


In a new ad launching today, U. S. Senate candidate Karen Handel takes on the trust issues she sees in this campaign.

From the press release:

ROSWELL, GA – Former Georgia Secretary of State and U.S. Senate candidate Karen Handel today debuted a new radio ad campaign called “Trust” in which she highlights that the tough talk for the cameras often results in no action. In the ad, Karen says “my opponents talk tough about Obamacare on TV. But when there are no lights and no cameras – there’s no action.

The text of the ad and a link to an audio copy follows:

HANDEL :60 RADIO – “Trust”

The career politicians in Washington just can’t seem to do the right thing.

Special exemptions under Obamacare are just the latest examples.

This is Karen Handel.

First, Congress worked out a special deal to keep thousands in taxpayer insurance subsidies — subsidies the rest of us can’t get.

Now, after the disastrous rollout, news reports say Congress can exempt their staff from Obamacare exchanges entirely – just by altering their job status.

You and I don’t get to do that…

My opponents say they oppose Obamacare – and they talk tough on TV.

But when there’re no lights and no cameras – there’s no action.

Please, visit KarenHandel.com and sign my petition demanding that Congress get no special exemptions from Obamacare.

This is Karen Handel, I approved this message and I’m running for Senate because while career politicians have been getting special privileges for themselves, it would be my privilege to serve you. 

Karen Handel for U. S. Senate
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