Subject: Perry Campaign Releases TV Ad in Iowa: "Doer"
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Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2011 09:43:44 -0600
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Rick Perry 2012

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 News Release
 Oct. 31, 2011

Perry Campaign Releases TV Ad in Iowa: "Doer"

AUSTIN - The Perry campaign today released a 30-second television advertisement, "Doer," over broadcast and cable in Iowa.

To view the ad, please visit

"America's number one concern is electing a leader that can get our country working again," said Perry campaign communications director Ray Sullivan. "Gov. Perry is that leader, and this new TV ad underscores his record of action and willingness to make tough decisions to create jobs. Rick Perry is America's jobs governor and the only candidate in this race with a proven record that will get America working again." 


Rick Perry: "If you're looking for a slick politician or a guy with great teleprompter skills, we already have that, and he's destroying our economy."

"I'm a doer, not a talker."

"In Texas we created 40 percent of the new jobs in the entire country since June of 2009."

"And we cut a record 15 billion dollars from our state budget."

"Now they say we can't do that in Washington."

"We'll they're wrong, and they need to go."

"I'm Rick Perry and I approve of this message."


Jobs                              June 2009      Sept. 2011      Change      (% of all)

Texas                            10,291,800     10,610,100      +318,300     (36.5%)     

U.S. (Sum of States)   130,319,800   131,191,800   +872,000      (100%)

U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics Total Nonfarm Seasonally Adjusted

Texas Budget

2010-11                              2012-13                           Change

$187,498,100,000            $172,345,100,000         -$15,153,000,000

Summary of Conference Committee Report on House Bill 1, May 2011, Page 6, Table 1, 

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