Aguilar Releases First General Election TV Ad

September 4, 2014

Ad Highlights Commitment to Education and Inland Empire Middle Class

San Bernardino, CA  – Pete Aguilar for Congress released its first television ad of the general election today, titled “Teacher”. The ad highlights that Pete Aguilar had the ability to succeed because he received a quality education and is running for Congress to give the next generation that same opportunity.

In announcing the ad, Aguilar said, “I grew up in San Bernardino County, went to school here and have committed my life to making our community a better place to raise a family. I’m grateful to the people who worked hard, such as my teacher, Mrs. Susana Rodriguez, so that I could achieve success. I’m running for Congress so that every child can achieve their dreams and am committed to improving education, expanding job training and making college more affordable.”

The ad, which can be seen here, begins airing tomorrow on cable television stations across the 31st Congressional district.

Script:

Mrs. Rodriguez: After teaching for 20 years, I see the potential in every child. One I’ll never forget:Pete Aguilar. 

I was his 8th grade history teacher. He was always eager to learn. I had a pretty good idea what he’d being doing when he grew up. 

So I’m not surprised that Pete’s running for Congress to improve education, expand job training and make college more affordable.

To help the next generation achieve their dreams too. 

Aguilar: Thanks for everything Mrs. Rodriguez. 

I’m Pete Aguilar and I approve this message.

Pete Aguilar is a small business owner and Mayor of Redlands. He is a strong advocate for economic growth and fairness for the middle class in the Inland Empire and a leader who has reached across party lines to serve the best interests of San Bernardino County.  

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