The congressional campaign of Dan Debicella of Shelton is launching a TV advertising campaign early, releasing its first ad, \u201cMessy.\u201d The first campaign ad has Debicella talking with a woman in her home about how his background can clean up Washington. The woman\u2019s toddler is in the background eating, making a mess in a high chair. \u201cBig job. Messy job,\u201d the woman tells Debicella about running for Congress. Highlights his background Debicella, a former state senator, talks about how his father was a police officer, learning the value of hard work from his parents, being the first person in his family to attend college, and having a business career. \u201cI know what the stakes are,\u201d Debicella says, after mentioning he now has his own family. \u2018Thrilled to be up on TV\u2019 John Puskar, Debicella campaign manager, said the campaign is \u201cthrilled\u201d to be running television this early. Debicella, a Republican, is trying to unseat third-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Himes of Greenwich in the Fourth Congressional District. In 2010, Himes beat Debicella in his first re-election race. The Fourth District includes most of Fairfield County, including much of Shelton (a small part of Shelton is in the Third Congressional District). \u201cWe are thrilled to be up on TV this early in the election,\u201d Puskar said. \u201cThanks to over 1,500 small donors here in Fairfield County, we have raised enough money to be competitive to with special interest money fueling Jim Himes\u2019 campaign.\u201d Pushkar said the Debicella\u2019s campaign message is simple. \u201cWashington is a mess, Jim Himes has become part of the problem, and Dan Debicella has better solutions to help our families,\u201d he said.