A new ad from the Chet Edwards campaign spotlights a recent Dallas Morning News article that revealed his Republican opponent, Bill Flores, failed to repay $7.5 million he received from the federal government to rescue his company from a bankruptcy.

The spot will air in Waco and Bryan/College Station today. 

Transcript:

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Announcer: Have you heard the news?  

The Dallas Morning News has uncovered that former Houston oil executive Bill Flores led his company through a bankruptcy  that left taxpayers on the hook for $7.5 million.  

The Star Telegram: "Bankruptcy of Flores' company cost taxpayers."  

Bill Flores says he'll bring his experience to Congress.  

Bankruptcy?  

Costing taxpayers millions?  

Edwards: "I'm Chet Edwards, and I approve this message." 

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