U.S. House candidate Rob Wasinger today reminded his supporters that he is not only the jobs candidate, he is the nice guy as well. The Cottonwood Falls republican noted in a campaign E-mail that he has not taken part in the mud-slinging and has held true to his promise to run a clean campaign.
My opponents, who combined have given themselves over $485,000 in personal wealth, are flooding the airwaves with viciously negative attack ads.
Wasinger also adds that he doesn’t have high-priced campaign manager telling him to go negative and that running a clean campaign “comes at a price”.
Early on in the campaign, I signed a Clean Campaign Pledge and I’ve stuck to it. I’m running a clean, issues-based campaign. My television ads and my voter contact mail lay out my plan to revitalize rural Kansas and reign in an ever-growing federal government.