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Rasoul for Lt. Governor Releases First Television Ad, "Progress"

ROANOKE - On Tuesday, Del. Sam Rasoul’s campaign for Virginia Lieutenant Governor released its first television ad, “Progress.”

The ad chronicles Rasoul's eight years of experience in the General Assembly, including fighting to expand Medicaid, deliver paid sick leave, and protect a woman's right to choose, and his bold plans including a Marshall Plan for Moms. The ad also features his three children, Jennah, Amirah, and Issa, and his spouse, Layaly.

The ad will air on both cable and broadcast in the Richmond media market and on cable in the Northern Virginia market.

Full transcript below:

Jennah was just 3 years old when I was elected to the House.

She watched my first speech, defending Medicaid from political


A few years later, Amirah and then Issa also watched as we expanded Medicaid, delivered paid sick leave, and protected a woman’s right to choose.

Our children deserve a Virginia where everyone can succeed.

I’m Del. Sam Rasoul, running for Lieutenant Governor with a Marshall Plan for Moms to re-imagine the way we support all families, and to build on the progress we have made, together.


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