New Lois Frankel TV ad highlights promises kept in first term

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With a focus on her record, U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel released the first television ad today in her re-election bid for Florida’s 22nd Congressional District.

“Kept,” the 30-second spot from the freshman Democratic congresswoman and former longtime West Palm Beach mayor, touches on a number of her first-term accomplishments.

“My record speaks for itself,” she says. “I made promises when I went to Congress and I’ve kept them.

“I intend to keep fighting for the issues most important to my district.”

Among Frankel’s promises are to strengthen Social Security, fight Medicare fraud, protect women’s health care, and ensure veterans receive their benefits.

The ad will run in TV markets in the district starting today through Nov. 4.

Frankel faces Republican Paul Spain and write-in candidate Raymond Schamis in the district that covers northern Broward County to the northern end of Palm Beach County.

“Kept” is also available on YouTube.

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