Ovide for Governor Releases First Television Ad - "Heart"
The Ovide for Governor campaign today premiered its first television commercial entitled, “Heart”, which features footage of Ovide discussing his vision for New Hampshire’s future with voters across the state.
“I have always drawn strength from people and places,” said Lamontagne, “and as a fourth generation New Hampshire native my desire to see our people succeed and prosper and my love for our state are why I am running for governor.”
In addition to detailing Ovide’s deep New Hampshire roots, the spot also highlights his conservative principles, his vision for New Hampshire's future, and his pledge to fight job killing federal intrusions like Obamacare.
“I know the exceptional state New Hampshire can be if we have the right leadership willing to chart our own course towards a prosperous future,” continued Lamontagne. “I have the experience, the vision and the plan to lead us into a new era of prosperity.”
A substantial buy of sixty and thirty second versions of “Heart” is scheduled to begin airing Monday (8/20) on both cable and broadcast television statewide.
You can view “Heart” HERE and read the script of the commercial below.
“They say home is where the heart is. Mine stretches from our family’s camp in the North Country to our house in East Manchester.
“My Granite State roots run four generations deep. I am New Hampshire. I was born and brought up here and I know our people are hardworking and cherish their independence.
“New Hampshire is at a crossroads, either we’re going to move into a direction of freedom and liberty or were going to have more government intrusion into our lives.
“Higher taxes and federal overreach like Obamacare stings our businesses, hurts seniors, and costs jobs. As a conservative, I won’t let that happen.
“I have the experience, the vision and the plan to lead us into a new era of prosperity.
“I am, Ovide Lamontagne. From the North Country to the Seacoast and everywhere in between, I’ll be a governor for all of New Hampshire.”