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The following commercial is from supporters of Rob Portman explaining what he does to earn their vote. Rob Portman is running for his second term as a senator. He is a republican from Ohio campaigning against the democratic candidate Ted Strickland. (Introduction)
Rob Portman is a proud defender of the 2nd Amendment and has consistently voted to protect our Constitutional rights. He supports the right to keep and bear arms. We should work to reduce gun violence through better enforcement of of current gun laws and ensuring that those who suffer from mental illness receive proper care. (Gun Supporter)
Hi my name is Dr. Jim Richlids and I support Rob Portman. Why? Rob Portman supports equal opportunities and secures jobs. Portman believes for small businesses to succeed. He wants to simplify the tax code, reform the regulatory system, and improve worker retaining programs to make America more competitive. (Doctor, one of many Ohio jobs)
Rob Portman protects coal jobs and reduces energy prices. Unlike Ted Strickland who wants to get rid of coal mines and thus we'll lose our jobs. I know I will be voting for Rob Portman. (Coal miner)
His name was Ash and he served in Iraq. He was captured and they found his body on Nov 1, 2008. We can't change what happened to Ash but we can make a difference for those who are going there today. Rob Portman takes care of the veterans who served. He provides medicare for veterans who all wounded men and women when they come back home. Unlike Strickland who doesn't, I know I will be voting for Rob Portman this year. (Father of killed veteran son)
Hearing about all Rob Portman is doing for the state of Ohio. I normally favor the Democratic Party, however I will realign my stance and vote for Rob Portman. I’m Rob Portman and I support this message (Conclusion)
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