“Values” Shows Hall is a Different Kind of Candidate to fix Washington
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Mel Hall for Congress campaign began airing “Values” today, a 60-second TV ad in the South Bend and Chicago media markets and on in-district radio. The ad highlights Hall’s Hoosier values – growing up on a farm, becoming a Methodist minister and working his way up to CEO of South Bend-based Press Ganey.
“My dad taught me that what you do speaks much louder than what you say – and that’s how I’ve tried to live my life,” says Hall. Guided by his faith, Mel went to seminary and became a minister to help those in need. He later earned a PhD in data science before joining Press Ganey – where he worked his way up to CEO, creating over 800 good-paying jobs.
“Washington is broken. And both parties are to blame,” says Hall. “We have to do better. It starts by making sure our leaders in Congress are fighting for the people they’re elected to serve – not their own special interests. I’ll take the values I’ve learned throughout my life to fight for all Hoosier families.”
The ad can be viewed here.