STATEMENT OF HEALEY FOR CONGRESS Healey Beats Incumbent to Air Waves with Launch of First Ads

MOORESTOWN, NJ— Healey for Congress campaign manager Theresa Furmato Velardi, announced the start of the campaign’s advertising blitz today, with the roll out of two new ads that will begin airing on cable television and digital platforms throughout the district today.


“Our campaign is excited to launch our first two ads today, introducing more voters to Bob Healey and his background as a business owner, philanthropist, and problem-solver, while re-introducing them to the ‘real’ Andy Kim – a hyper-partisan politician who votes with Joe Biden’s failed, inflationary agenda 100% of the time,” said Velardi. “The contrast is clear, and voters fed up with the direction of our country will have a clear choice in November.”



The ad spots are each :30 second and can be watched here:




Transcripts of these ads can be seen below:



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Client: Healey for Congress

Format: BV :30

Title: “Broken”


“AK: people in my district…they think government is broken.

it’s not working for them… they are right.


BH: Who’s he kidding?

Just like Joe Biden, Andy Kim spent his entire adult life in DC.


He votes with Biden and Pelosi one hundred percent of the time. One hundred percent!


They broke the economy! Prices are up on everything from gas to groceries – creating this mess!


I’m Bob Healey, and I’m running to clean it up. It’s the change we need.


I’m Bob Healey, and I approve this message.”





Client: Healey for Congress

Format: BV :30

Title: “Misguided”


BH: Everyday, we feel the impact of Joe Biden and Andy Kim’s misguided policies.

Gasoline’s up forty percent

Eggs up thirty three percent

Baby formula – not available


We need a change. I’m Bob Healey.

As a business owner, I created hundreds of local jobs, raised wages, and improved healthcare.


Andy Kim voted for Biden’s spending that caused the problem.

I’m running to fix it.

I’m Bob Healey and I approve this message.”

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