Qualls Releases Second TV Ad; First Radio Ad
Plymouth, Minnesota – The Kendall for Congress Committee today announced the release of its second television ad of the 2020 campaign. The ad, titled “Courage,” is backed by a six-figure TV buy, and will be accompanied by a biographical sixty second radio ad titled “Called.”
The thirty second TV ad is set among the destruction of Minneapolis’ Lake Street where Kendall empathizes with those shocked by the death of George Floyd, but admonishes those who engaged in rioting and looting as a sign of protest. The ad highlights Qualls’ continued efforts to help Minnesota, and our country, openly address the issue of racial reconciliation.
“We have to face the challenges of race, without racing to destroy each other…and honestly confront evil without creating more of it. It’s time to bring American together, instead of ripping it apart,” states Qualls. The ad will be backed with a six-figure buy.
The sixty second radio ad, “Called,” introduces listeners to Kendall’s rise from a Harlem, New York housing project and Oklahoma trailer park to his military and business experience, and to his ultimate candidacy for Congress.
“Only in America can someone once called ‘ghetto kid’ and ‘trailer trash’ be called ‘candidate for Congress,’” Qualls concludes. The ad will be heard on numerous AM and FM stations in the Twin Cities.
"Courage" TV ad
Kendall Qualls “Courage” TV Script
Close by… in a place like this… a man that looked like me…died in police custody…
It was shocking
But using that pain as an excuse to wreck and riot… is wrong.
I’m Kendall Qualls.
We have to face the challenges of race… without racing to destroy each other
Honestly confront evil… without creating more of it.
I’m Kendall Qualls… I approve this message because… it’s time to bring America together… instead of ripping it apart.
"Called" Radio ad
Kendall Qualls “Called” Radio Script
Every American story is different, but Kendall Qualls’ is extraordinary.
Son of a Vietnam Veteran, Kendall Qualls grew up in poverty.
Whether it was in a Harlem project or an Oklahoma trailer park, Kendall stuck to his values and never lost hope.
Kendall Qualls …
I stepped off the bus in Harlem and got mugged. Then moved to an Oklahoma trailer park.
I’m Kendall Qualls. First in my family to graduate, served our country. And learned, black or white. We’re all blessed to be born red white and blue.
US Army Artillery officer, successful entrepreneur, and proud father. Everyone talks about the American dream, Kendall Qualls lived it. An incredible success story … only possible …in America.
I’m Kendall Qualls. I approve this message because only in America can someone once called ghetto kid and trailer trash someday be called Congressman.
Paid for by Kendall for Congress