NEWEST ORMAN CAMPAIGN AD “AUTHENTIC” DRAWS FROM MEDIA COMMENTARY TO HIGHLIGHT ORMAN’S BACKGROUND IN BUSINESS AND FOCUS ON SOLVING PROBLEMS

NEWEST ORMAN CAMPAIGN AD “AUTHENTIC” DRAWS FROM MEDIA COMMENTARY TO HIGHLIGHT ORMAN’S BACKGROUND IN BUSINESS AND FOCUS ON SOLVING PROBLEMS

Ad Touts Orman’s Independence From Partisan Politics and the Broken Political System in Washington

Washington is Broken because Politicians are too Focused on Attacking Each Other Rather than Taking Common Sense Steps to Help Kansans

SHAWNEE, Kan. (Oct 21) –Businessman and Independent Senate candidate Greg Orman today released his newest television commercial focused on his background as a businessman, his support from across the political spectrum, his political independence, and his focus on solving problems.

The ad highlights Greg’s independence and his focus on “what works” – a focus on solving problems rather than playing the same tired political games that is resonating with voters across Kansas.

“Kansans know Washington is broken, and they know that after 47 years in Washington, Senator Roberts – when he bothers to show up to work at all – is part of the problem there,” said Orman for Senate Campaign Manager Jim Jonas. “Kansans want a leader who will go to Washington to solve problems, not play the same, tired political games. That's why more and more Kansans – Republicans, Democrats and Independents alike – are supporting businessman Greg Orman’s independent campaign for the United States Senate.“

You can watch the ad here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXBsdl-3MNU

For more information about businessman Greg Orman and his Independent campaign for U.S. Senate, please visit the campaign online at www.OrmanForSenate.com. For media inquires, please contact our press office at Press@OrmanForSenate.com or call us at 913-353-5277.

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