New Axne Ad Shows Zach Nunn Plays Dirty Political Games to Further His Self-Interests

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On Tuesday, Cindy Axne’s campaign released a new ad that shows Zach Nunn will go to any length to win an election and to protect his own interests.

The ad makes clear that Zach Nunn started acting like the worst kind of politician in college and never looked back.  In fact, he was thrown out of office after he was caught using a baby monitor to spy on the student body president.

Nunn has continued his use of unethical tricks in his current campaign, including making allegations that Axne engaged in insider trading, despite the fact that a bipartisan ethics board cleared her name.

“Zach Nunn has been looking out for himself for years, even if it means spying, cheating, or lying to voters. He will go to any length to boost his own name and self-interests, and he’s not the kind of guy Iowans want to represent them in Washington, D.C.,” said Paige Godden, spokesperson for Cindy Axne for Congress.

The 30-second ad titled “Monitor” will run in all three media markets in Iowa’s Third Congressional District.

Watch the ad here.


Cindy Axne: I used this to make sure my boys were safe in their cribs. 

Zach Nunn used one to start his political career – spying on an opponent in student government. Dirty tricks, right from the start.

So it’s no wonder Zach Nunn is playing dirty now – calling a paperwork error insider trading even though a bipartisan ethics board cleared my name

From the beginning, Zach Nunn’s been willing to do anything to advance his career.

I’m Cindy Axne, and I approve this message because I’m looking out for you – not me. 

Author: Press Release


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