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Thursday, May 24, 2012

 9:49 AM 

Mitchell highlights "common sense solutions" in first TV ad

Lt. gov. candidate Mahlon Mitchell released his first television ad Thursday, which depicts him as a family man that looks for solutions "beyond political fighting."

The 30-second ad, which is entitled "Problem Solver," begins with Mitchell's two children fighting with each other over electronics while his daughter calls for him. He urges them to share. The ad then pans over to the daughter calling her dad to save a cat in a tree, followed by the daughter calling her dad's attention to two people fighting over a mailbox that has been struck by a van.

"Here in my neighborhood, solving problems is simple," Mitchell says as he comes to mediate the mailbox dispute. "It's all about respecting each other."

Mitchell then says as a firefighter, he gets the job done if someone needs help. He then says that the current lt. gov. would rather "score political points" than solve problems.

"I'm Mahlon Mitchell, and I'll get us back on track to create jobs and get our economy moving again," Mitchell says.

The ad starts running May 28, starting in the Milwaukee market.

 -- By Jason Smathers



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