Candidates Please

I just saw the ad for a local guy running for Superior Court. As a rule of thumb, your campaign commercials should not look like or sound like commercials for used cars.

That’s a very bad thing.

5 comments

  1. Erick says:

    Just saw Ed’s today. He’s tried to close the gap with Tripp on ads, though we still have more prime time spots than him.

    His ads are very good. Had he done this earlier, he might have made a runoff. Right now our polling looks like Tripp just might escape without a runoff.

  2. RuralDem says:

    I like Charles. I met him a few weeks ago and he spoke to me and a few friends for at least 15 minutes, even after we told him we were not in their judicial circuit. Right after he left, Tripp came over and about 5 seconds after we told him we weren’t in the district he suddenly had to leave.

    Add to that the fact that Charles spoke to us a few more times throughout the night, and Tripp turned the other way, it says a lot.

    Granted Tripp seems to have a ton of support and has raised the most money by far, if I could I’d vote for Charles based on character alone. Charles also did really well in the debate compared to the other three that were there (Ennis, Self, and the woman running). Charles is a great speaker. Hopefully if he doesn’t win this race he’ll run for something else.

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