Assemblywoman Jane Corwin has launched her third TV ad, this time returning to her positive approach of showcasing her accomplishments as a small businesswoman instead of attacking her Democatic opponent, Erie County Clerk Kathy Hochul.

The 30-second ad started airing this morning. Here’s the script:

“New York’s biggest export is our children, who can’t find jobs here at home.”

“As someone who was part of a small business that created hundreds of jobs in our region, I know government doesn’t create jobs; it’s small businesses. That’s why I’m running for Congress.”

I’ll use my small business experience to end burdensome regulations, support policies that help manufacturers, and oppose trade agreements that just aren’t fair. I’m Jane Corwin, and I approved this message because our working families deserve good paying jobs.”

Corwin’s second ad went negative on Hochul, seeking to define her as a taxing liberal joined at he hip with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi before she had a chance to present herself to the voters.

Hochul, who was just tapped to be the Democratic and WFP candidate last week, has yet to get up on the air – perhaps indicating that her fundraising isn’t going as well as she had hoped. Corwin has made it clear she’s willing to spend her own cash on this campaign, which is part of the reason why the GOP wanted her so badly.