Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) is out with the first radio spot of his re-election bid, wherein he is clearly trying to tap into anti-Washington sentiment in the American public. As the Palm Beach Post points out, the ad also downplays the fact that West is, in fact, the current incumbent in the race.
"Washington, D.C. is a disaster," says the ad's narrator. "It's why Allen West ran for Congress, and it's why he's taking the fight to the Washington establishment."
On Friday, West took his fight against the establishment to the Washington Times, penning an op-ed on why "Obamacare" is bad for America.
As the Supreme Court weighs the constitutionality of the Obama administration's health care reform bill, West made it clear that, in his opinion, the bill is "absolutely not" what the Founding Fathers would have intended.
10 more election stories from beyond the presidential field:
Bob Kerrey's Favorability Has Gone Down In Last Few Months [Public Policy Polling]
Angus King Names One Democrat, One Republican To Senate Campaign Staff [Portland Press Herald]
Jon Tester Launches His First TV Ad [Roll Call]
Mark Critz Makes Huge Ad Buy In Pennsylvania Primary [Keystone Politics]
Richard Lugar Runs Against Obamacare [Politico]
Former Neighboring Incumbents Compete For The Same Seat [The New York Times]
Cynthia Dill Stirs The Pot In Maine Senate Race [National Journal]
Ohio Senate Race Seeing Record-Setting Ad Money [Middletown Journal]
Elizabeth Warren Fundraises For EMILY's List [Politico]
Sarah Steelman Shrugs Off Critics Of Tea Party Express [PoliticMo]
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