In a follow-up to the five minute video introduction released yesterday, the David Perdue campaign released its first 30 second TV spot, which will run in several Georgia media markets. From a press release:
“I’m excited to begin a direct conversation with voters across the state. With a crushing federal debt and a stagnant economy threatening our very way of life, we have a limited window of opportunity to get things back on track,” said Perdue. “I believe that it will take an outsider with real business experience to get big things done, and our media campaign helps show Georgians the clear choice they will have in this election.”
According to an article in The Hill, the ad will run in the Atlanta, Albany and Macon TV markets, with a total cost of about $170,000.