DATE: August 30, 2006
CLIENT: Let Freedom Ring
PRODUCER: Alfano-Leonardo
TITLE: "Who I Am Today"
FORMAT: :30 TV

AUDIO

Bylly Jo

Senator Santorum was looking to hire someone who was on welfare and give them an opportunity to do something better with their life. And that was me.

They go me started getting into college.

I have 3 degrees, I just got my Master's Degree last year. I have been working as a teacher for the last 6 years.

I could not tell him thank you enough for what he did for me. Because he gave the chance I needed to become who I am today.

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