A new ad from Waco's Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards went up on television today.
by Reeve Hamilton
A new ad from Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Chet Edwards, D-Waco, went up on television today.
Entitled "Back," it questions the trustworthiness of his opponent, Bill Flores. It highlights a claim made Flores that he had voted for fellow Republican Rob Curnock in a previous election. The Edwards camp has pointed out, and had confirmed by PolitiFact Texas, that Flores has no history of voting in the district.
Edwards is the second CD-17 candidate to advertise on television this week. Flores took to the airwaves on Wednesday
Here's Edwards' ad:
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