Feingold Senate Committee

a) "Freedom" (Oct. 12, 2004)
b) "Honor Roll" (Sept. 13, 2004)
c) "Voices" (Oct. 27, 2004)

30-second TV ads seen running on WITI FOX 6 in Milwaukee, WI on Nov. 1, 2004.


Marv Freedman (Vietnam War Veteran): More than a million American men and women in uniform have died protecting America’s freedoms.

John Moses (World War II Veteran): After the terrorist attack, some people were willing to give those freedoms away.

Keith Kreul (Korean War Veteran): Senator Feingold’s vote against the USA PATRIOT Act was courageous, and patriotic.

Marv Freedom: Russ Feingold understands that we can fight a vigorous war on terrorism and still protect basic civil liberties.

Jamie Aulik (Iraq War Veteran): Senator Feingold supported me, by standing up for our freedoms here at home.

Russ Feingold: I’m Russ Feingold, and I’m honored to support this message.

"Honor Roll"
Ellen Feingold: I’m Ellen Feingold, student at UW-Madison and the proud daughter of an honor roll dad. 

My dad’s a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin.

What does it mean to have your Senator on the Concord Coalition’s Honor Roll for four straight years?  To me it means my dad is cheap.

But to this non-partisan group that rates every Senator on fiscal responsibility, it means he’s among the top two budget hawks.  So I guess he’s tight with money at work too.

Russ Feingold: I’m Russ Feingold, and I support this message—and my daughter.

Ellen Feingold: Kind of.

Russ Feingold:  Well, I’m sure you’re glad the election is finally coming Tuesday.  By now Wisconsin newspapers have had a lot to say about how my opponent, Tim Michels, has run his campaign.

They’ve also had a lot to say about my work on your behalf.  864 listening sessions have taught me that Wisconsinites expect more from their U.S. Senator.  Working together, we have accomplished a lot for Wisconsin, but there’s still more to do.

I’m Russ Feingold, and I support this message, because you deserve a Senator with the experience and independence to stand up for you.

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