Ariz. Candidate Goes Shirtless, Pumps Iron And Vows To Fight ‘Obamanization’ In Ad (VIDEO)

Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Frank Riggs goes shirtless in a campaign ad.
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July 16, 2014 7:58 a.m.

One way to stand out in the Arizona gubernatorial primary’s crowded field of Republican candidates is to appear shirtless in a campaign ad.

Frank Riggs, an Army veteran and former U.S. congressman from California, opens an ad released Tuesday with shots of himself pumping iron while wearing an Army baseball hat.

“Arizona needs a strong governor,” Riggs says in the ad. He then promises to secure the state’s border and fight the “Obamanization of America” by repealing Common Core and blocking Medicaid expansion.

“Sure it’s a tough job, and I’m just the guy to do it,” Riggs concludes over a shot of him doing shirtless pull-ups.

Watch below:

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