Chris Carney “still believes in an America that makes things.”
So says the incumbent Democrat in his second television ad of the general election. Running to preserve his seat in northeastern Pennsylvania’s 10th district, Carney is keeping it positive, as he did in his first ad.
Republican Tom Marino, recently caught on film responding awkwardly to a heckler, was hurting at the bank as of his latest filing, with only $10,000 cash on hand against Carney’s nearly $800,000.
These ads are probably the beginning of the end for Marino’s challenge, unless things go wildly well for Marino in the fundraising department, or unless a rising tide that lifts all ships turns into a raging flood on Election Day.