Thursday, August 26, 2010

Flores Campaign "Very Encouraged" With Internal Polls

Edwards lagging behind Flores in TV ads, which started today

Bryan -- Strolling through a machine shop, Bill Flores appeared in a 30-second television ad today saying jobs are created in the work place, not in government programs in Washington, D.C.

The campaign of Representative Chet Edwards has not started to show advertisements on television or in print media.

A voice-over announcement reminds viewers in the markets of Waco and Bryan-College Station that the Republican challenger led the 10-term Democratic veteran in a scientific poll conducted by the Washington firm of On Message, Inc., by a dozen points in May.

The announcer points out that "Edwards, who isn't releasing his own survey, remains confident he can turn the contest from a referendum on President Barack Obama and national atmospherics into a chioice between the two candidates."

Reached for comment, Bill Flores campaign manager Matt
Mackowiak said he would not discuss results of recent polls,
but added that "We're very encouraged with internal

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