The latest TV ad from Republican congressional candidate Andrew Heaney decries “political correctness” at the New Paltz planning board, which had voted earlier this year to not begin meetings with the pledge of allegiance.

The ad is the latest effort by Heaney to seemingly tie himself tonally — albeit in a more buttoned-up way — to Donald Trump.

“We need to say the pledge of allegiance, keep dangerous people from countries like Syria and Iran out, and protect our right to bear arms,” Heaney says in the ad. “We either have a country, or we don’t. I’m small businessman and political outsider Andrew Heaney and I approve this message because its time we put America first.”

Heaney’s previous ad released in the race for the 19th congressional district touted his similarities to Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, namely as both men being political outsiders.

Heaney is competing for the Republican nomination in the Hudson Valley district that is being vacated by GOP Rep. Chris Gibson.