Brad Wilson calls Washington a ‘dumpster fire’ in new ad

This is the Kaysville resident's latest ad campaign in his run for U.S. Senate

UTAH — Republican Brad Wilson’s new ad campaign contrasts Washington with Utah, and has some harsh words for U.S. lawmakers.

In the thirty-second ad entitled “Dumpster Fire,” the former Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives claims that Washington is full of infighting and egos, and that nothing gets done.

Wilson also attributes Utah’s success to the fact that the state is “guided by faith, and rooted in our conservative principles,” and claims that Washington could use “a whole lot more of Utah- and a fire extinguisher.”

“Washington D.C. has become a total dumpster fire full of egos and fame-seeking politicians where absolutely nothing gets done,” Wilson said. “Utahns are ready for a Senator who will fight to make Washington work a whole lot more like we do here in Utah, rooted in our strong conservative principles. In Utah, I fought and delivered on the biggest fights, from tax cuts and balancing the budget to the strongest second amendment protections anywhere in the country, and that’s exactly what I’ll do in the Senate.”

The ad is set to run on broadcast, cable, and digital platforms statewide.

According to Wilson’s FEC filings, he has raised nearly $4.8 million so far for his campaign, including $2.8 million in loans to himself. So far he’s spent over $2.7 million, and has over $2 million in cash on hand.

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