Stephen Webber’s (D) campaign has a new television ad out:
Stephen Webber (D): This is the last place I came before I deployed to Iraq. And the first when I came home.
Al Shattuck: Webber served two tours of duty in Iraq.
Al Barnes: He’s one of the best leaders I’ve ever had.
Voice: Webber was our squad leader and he definitely looked out for us.
Nic Gibbons: Webber always led from the front. He was the first vehicle, he’d lead on the patrol every single time. And he did it humbly, too.
Aaron Schulz: The reason he was in front is because if something happened he wanted to be the one up there that was in harm’s way.
Voice: When we first arrived in Fallujah it was a totally different world.
Voice: There was improvised explosive devices. We had snipers, firefights. It takes a real leader, someone like Webber that keeps his team and his squad on point all the time.
Bryan Miller: I was in the Humvee with Webber when we hit an IED. Forty pounds, C4.
Aaron Schulz: He got everybody home safe.
Voice: I believe in him as a person, as a leader, and as a friend.
Stephen Webber (D): No matter what I faced in Iraq or here at home, these names and the memory of their sacrifice humbles me and gives me the strength to serve.
[Stephen Webber for Missouri Senate]
[Paid for by Citizens for Stephen Webber, Barbara Schneider, Treasurer.]
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