Heck campaign releases new ad “Second Chance”
“I still have my roof over my head, and that’s all due to Doctor Heck.”
To help Nevadans navigate the housing crisis and stay in their homes, Joe Heck made the innovative move of hiring a realtor as a housing case worker for his district office. In five years, Heck’s office handled 705 housing cases, successfully closing 631 to help families keep their homes — an 89.5 percent success rate.
(Brian Baluta, Dr. Joe Heck) Today, the Dr. Joe Heck for U.S. Senate campaign released a new television ad “Second Chance” to share the stories of Nevadans Lori, Vicky, Chris and Erica. These families were hit hard by the housing crisis and faced an uncertain future when Dr. Heck helped them navigate the housing crisis and stay in their homes.
“Just as he answered the call to heal, the call to duty, and the call to create jobs, Joe Heck answered the call of Nevadans who faced the prospect of losing their homes,” said Paulo Sibaja, Heck campaign spokesperson. “As one of these homeowners helped by Dr. Heck said, Washington needs more people like Joe Heck’ because he puts Nevadans first, works for our communities, and cares for people in need, which is what he will continue to do as Nevada’s next U.S. Senator.”
Watch “Second Chance” – Southern Nevada
Watch “Second Chance” – Northern Nevada
The ads will run statewide September 23 through 29 as part of a $420,000 buy.
Lori: I still have my roof over my head, and that’s all due to Doctor Heck.
Vicky: Without his help, I wouldn’t be in my home today.
Chris: Me and my family still have the house today because of Joe Heck. Joe Heck fought the banks. He fought for us.
Lori: It’s really nice to know that you have somebody on your side. It’s wonderful. That’s all I can say.
Erica: I believe in Washington, there should be more people like Joe Heck.
Joe Heck: I’m Joe Heck, and I approve this message.
Dr. Joe Heck is a member of the U.S. Army Reserve. Use of his military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Army or the Department of Defense.