John Gibbs Shares “American Dream” Success Story in First Campaign Ad for MI-03 (With Special Guest)

Gibbs, the First in His Family to Go to College and off to Stanford and Harvard

(Byron Center, MI – As voters get to learn more about John Gibbs after winning the primary for
the Republican nomination, they have come to discover not just a sharp, and eager candidate but
one who doesn’t act like a typical politician who toots his own horn.

This is a problem, according to John’s mother.

“My son is too humble,” says Mary Gibbs, in Gibbs’ first campaign ad to be launched TBA.
Mary Gibbs is featured prominently in the ad here which goes on to share her son’s American
Dream story.

Many voters have come to know and love Mary Gibbs – a proud mother who frequently attends
Gibbs’ town halls and meet and greets and is quick to rattle off her son’s accomplishments.

“John is a hard worker, first in his family to attend college. Stanford and Harvard!” she says in
the ad which then goes on to give a quick summary of Gibb’s rise to the top. Gibbs worked in
Silicon Valley after graduating Stanford with a computer science degree.

Then following a call to service, Gibbs took an untraditional path to live and worked in Japan as
a Christian missionary before returning home several years later to attend Harvard where he
earned his graduate degree in public administration. In 2017, he joined left for Washington,
where he was appointed by President Trump as Acting assistant secretary for Community
Planning and Development at HUD under Secretary Ben Carson.

“A successful businessman but mostly an honest man. I know my son will finally bring common
sense to Washington,” says Mary Gibbs.

The ad will be the first of several spots that will be shown now until November 8. Gibbs is
quickly convincing West Michigan voters that his voice is desperately needed in Congress to
fight Nancy Pelosi and her lock and step Democrats to win back the economy and the country.

For more information, contact AnneMarie Schieber at press@votejohngibbs.com.