Republican Senate candidate David Perdue is out with a positive ad titled “Helping Georgia Grow.” It highlights agriculture, Georgia’s largest industry, talks about Perdue’s interest in serving on the Senate Agriculture committee, and features an appearance by his cousin and former Governor, Sonny Perdue.
Here’s the text of the ad:
Announcer: David Perdue grew up working his family’s farm in middle Georgia.
Sonny Perdue: He grew up modestly like we all did here. Packing watermelons, picking watermelons, toting watermelons. He got the real deal stuff here. The morals, the values, the work ethic.
Announcer: David Perdue knows how vital agriculture is to our Georgia economy. He wants to serve on the Senate Agriculture committee to help Georgia farmers grow.
While the ad will certainly appeal to those with any business related to farming, how will it appeal to the voters in the metro Atlanta area, which is where his opponent Michelle Nunn has her greatest support?