DIRECTOR: Scene one, take one. Okay, Kathleen, shoot the TV.
WILLIAMS: I can but I won't.
DIRECTOR: Scene two, take one. Okay, Kathleen, chop some wood.
WILLIAMS: No way, not doing it.
DIRECTOR: Scene three, take one. Okay, Kathleen, practice defending a reporter.
WILLIAMS: Come on.
DIRECTOR: Scene four, take one. Okay, Kathleen, can you at least pretend that's your dog?
WILLIAMS: This is my dog, right Danny? Can we get real? I'm running for Congress because I want to change things. I want to change the way we run campaigns. I want to restore statesmanship – stateswomanship – to a broken Congress. But most of all I want Washington to finally do what's best for ordinary families, not insiders and special interests. Elections shouldn't be about stunts and gimmicks. They should be about who has a proven record of getting things done, who understands the challenges you face every day, who will protect Social Security and Medicare, or make health care more affordable, or make our schools safe. That's why I'm running. I'm Kathleen Williams and I approve this message, because we deserve better than more of the same.