Andrew Gutmann Campaign launches new TV ad - Never Again

May 22, 2024 – Today, the Andrew Gutmann campaign released “Never Again,” his newest TV ad in the race for Florida’s 22nd Congressional District. In the spot, Andrew shares about his childhood growing up in a Jewish household where he often heard his parents and grandparents say, “Never again.” But with the October 7th attacks on Israel and the violent anti-Jewish protests on our college campuses, it’s clearly happening again. The radical Left wants the next generation to hate America and celebrate with the Hamas terrorists. They must be stopped. Andrew is calling upon Floridians in Congressional District 22 to stand with him for the soul of America and our ally Israel before it’s too late.

The full text of the ad reads as follows:

I grew up hearing my grandparents and parents saying, “Never again.”
But it’s happening... again.
The same woke radicals teaching our kids to hate America rejoice with Hamas.
This isn’t FDR’s Democratic Party anymore. 
It’s time to take a stand…
For America…
For Israel… 
Before it’s too late. 
I’m Andrew Gutmann…..
Proudly Jewish…
Running for Congress. 
And I approve this message.

Andrew Gutmann, whose career includes serving as a Federal Reserve analyst, investment banker, entrepreneur, and software developer, promises to stand up courageously and honestly for children and families, fight for constitutionally protected liberties, combat inflation and out-of-control debt, and be a steadfast supporter of America’s key allies, most importantly, Israel. 

Will you stand up for American values?

Will you fight to save our children? Join me and together we can secure a bright future for our families and reclaim our great country.


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Andrew Gutmann for Congress