ANNUONCER: She's Alabama's first African-American woman elected to Congress. She's Congresswoman Terri Sewell.
SEWELL: Four years ago you honored me with your vote and we made history in Alabama, but our journey has just begun. I want to return to Washington to continue the fight for the values that we hold dear—protecting Medicaid and Medicare, strengthening Social Security, insuring access to quality and affordable health care, making sure our children get the education they deserve, and fighting for the returning veterans that have fought for us. I supported President Obama's jobs initiative to turn our economy around, and stood with him at the White House when he signed the JOBS Act. I have President Obama's back in Congress, and we are both working hard for you. Thank you for the honor of being your representative. On Tuesday, June 3, I need your vote so that I can keep the pressure on Washington and continue to fight for our shared values.
ANNUONCER: Restoring hope, creating opportunity—that's Terri Sewell for Congress.
SEWELL: I'm Terri Sewell, candidate for Congress, and I approve this message.
ANNUONCER: Paid for by Terri Sewell for Congress.