By Alexandra Jaffe - 01/15/14 10:44 AM EST
Democrat Alex Sink launched her first ad on Wednesday, a positive bio spot that features her dad ribbing her for her “stubborn” insistence on running for Congress.
The ad comes the morning after David Jolly, a former staffer to the late Rep. Bill Young, won the Republican nomination to pursue his old boss’ seat. And it’s an attempt to frame Sink as a bipartisan bridge-builder, in contrast to a gridlocked Congress.
He adds: “I told her nothing gets done in Washington.”
Sink responds: “I’ve always gotten things done by working with people you don’t always agree with.”
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