Eric Johnson’s campaign ads

Eric Johnson will release two campaign advertisements tomorrow in Savannah. If you are curious, I’ve put them below the fold.


  1. PS: Interesting to see that healthcare is apparently polling high enough even in a Republican district that the GOP incumbent feels the need to get out in front on this issue with a very generic, some might say “Democratic” message.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Unimpressive –

    It’s a list of items that have to be laundered: of “special interest” is the plan for Coastal Georgia land use:

    Is the architect who is reaping a nice profit from the state legislated River Walk (Savannah) extension project referring to MORE development; eminent domain, and resort development?

    Yeah – just a list. Will Eric produce a solid plan that supports his list numerically?

    I doubt it. Just PR spin.

  3. UGA Wins 2006 says:

    Jackets over Dogs? You must be middle aged to say the least……that hasnt happened in some years and certainly wont happen this year.

    Eric operates under the feeling that when something isnt broken, dont try to fix it. He has worked hard to bring Georgia a conservative, common sense Senate that has responded well to the desires of our citizens. And in that vein, he has succeeded.

    There is no need for him to slash and burn his opponent. Eric will win reelection going away and his opponent will sink back to obscurity along with the rest of the Democratic candidates.

  4. Mad Dog says:

    Hey Eric Johnson!

    HOw mUch mOnEy dId yOU gIve to whacko Nancy Schaefer this reporting period?

    You wanna tell people where you stand on common sense?

    Put your money where your mouth is!


  5. flamingmoderate says:

    Eric Johnson contributed $2,000 to Nancy Schaefer’s campaign. As did several other Republican Senators.

    This is according to her June 30th Disclosure.

  6. Hoosier Daddy says:

    Well, isn’t that interesting.

    When is the next reporting period?

    Is the cowardly Eric Johnson going to keep us guessing?

    How about an update, Eric?

    Where have you been spending your campaign contributions from the good people in Savannah?

  7. techtrack says:

    I’m sure all the money he contributed to Stephens really helped Chatham, Bryan, Liberty and the other counties in his district. Bull Moose can tell you all about the direct mail he paid for.

    I’m sure that Handel and Black are waiting for Erick to max out in the general.

  8. conservativecore says:

    Why should we be shocked over the mediocrity? His consultant, that is now being strongly suggested because he has ties to real power, barely won a race against a black liberal fake republican woman who is a psycho. His campaign like his leadership in the senate and the agenda he has set, no surprise.

  9. Mad Dog says:


    Who was that guy who said Americans celebrate mediocrity?

    Might have been Frenchman. Definitely from Europe.

    Mad Dog

  10. conservativecore says:

    Not sure but was definitely a part of a book called Lives on the Boundry or something like that by Mike Rose about our education system. Maybe Sonny, Eric and Dave should have been teachers.

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