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Uploaded on Oct 25, 2010

Isakson Launches Fourth Quarter Ad: "Pads and Helmets"

ATLANTA -- U.S. Senator and Senate candidate Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., released a new television ad this week, entitled "Pads and Helmets." In the ad, Isakson discusses how he is fighting the Obama-Reid-Pelosi agenda and working to cut spending, create private-sector jobs and provide tax relief for Americans. "Pads and Helmets," which was filmed during a Georgia high school football game, will air in media markets across the state, including Albany, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon and Savannah.

"When you're in the fourth quarter, you don't back down—you finish strong," said Isakson. "I'm carrying my message across the state toward victory on November 2. I ask Georgia voters for the privilege and opportunity to continue fighting for our conservative principles in Washington, including repealing the Democrats' health care law, creating private-sector jobs and adopting a pro-economic growth agenda to bring economic recovery for our nation."

Isakson's "Pads and Helmets" ad is available online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXz5ZD... and the script is below.

Script "Pads and Helmets" (TV: 30)

JOHNNY ISAKSON:

"In politics, we don't wear pads and helmets but it is a full contact sport.

"The liberals in Washington want to take us in the wrong direction. That's why we must stop their out-of-control spending, stop their no jobs policies, stop their tax hikes and repeal government-run health care.

"I have a plan that cuts spending, creates private-sector jobs and lets you keep more of your money. That's why I need your support on November 2.

"I'm Johnny Isakson, and I approve this message."

Isakson is organized in all 159 counties and is building from the same successful strategy he used in 2004 when he won the election to the U.S. Senate with more votes than any candidate had ever received up to that point in the state of Georgia.

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