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Monday, April 30, 2012

 10:43 AM 

Hovde releases new TV ad attacking Wall Street/D.C. connection

U.S. Senate candidate Eric Hovde is putting out his third television ad, which says that Wall Street and Washington D.C. are taking advantage of American taxpayers.

The 30-second television ad, entitled "Wall Street to Washington," shows Hovde in front of a map of the United State. He then circles Wall Street, saying their investors have given campaign contributions to D.C. as a form of "cheap insurance."

"Wall Street committed fraud, Washington turned a blind eye, and when it all fell apart, our taxpayer money bailed them out," Hovde says, while drawing a line between Wall Street and Washington D.C. "It's greed, it's corruption, and they're both taking us for a ride."

Hovde then ends by saying "politicians won't fix this mess, but you and I can." -- By Jason Smathers


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