Republican second congressional district hopeful former State Sen. Dick Brewbaker released his second TV advertisement addressing the border crisis on Thursday.

The ad "Not That Complicated" features Brewbaker talking about what is happening at the U.S.-Mexico border and how we can take simple steps to fix it.

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Brewbaker describes solving the border issues as not that complicated, saying, "Biden and his cronies have caused this problem, and like everything else they've meddled with, we the people have to fix it." Adding, "The simple solution is to build the wall, patrol the borders, and send people who cross illegally back to where they came from."

"The border is a huge, national, issue that affects everything – national security, the economy, inflation, and The Democrats trying to import enough of their voters to sway our elections permanently," Brewbaker said. "The solutions are simple – so send someone with a backbone to Washington, and I will deal with it!"

Brewbaker's campaign said the ad will be airing on broadcast, cable, and streaming television in the Columbus, GA, Mobile, and Montgomery media markets, "Not That Complicated" highlights the common sense problem solver Brewbaker was in the State Senate, and who he will be as a Congressman – because that's just who he is.

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Brewbaker led the Republican candidates in fundraising and cash on hand last quarter, according to FEC reports released Wednesday, and he is currently considered the frontrunner for the Republican nomination according to political insiders. Brewbaker was also endorsed by his former opponent, Wallace Gilberry, who decided to drop out of the race.

However, this race will not be decided in the primary like most congressional seats in Alabama. This race has gained national attention since the federal courts redrew the district. In addition, with Republicans controlling the U.S. House by only a one-seat majority, this election could decide which party controls the U.S. House in the next Congress.

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