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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Is this the ad everyone was worried about?

The Sons of Liberty purchased more than $1 million in TV spots to air beginning this week and running up until the June 1 election. Many of the candidates were concerned they would be targeted. They thought that they would be targeted with this large media buy in the waning hours before the June 1 primary.
The ad addresses the effects of gambling, alcohol and drugs, and how candidates have refused to take a stand.
The commercial shows pictures of Democrats Artur Davis and Ron Sparks and Republicans Robert Bentley, Bradley Byrne and Tim James. The groups asks people to contact those candidates and ask them whether or not they support gambling in the state.
The only top tier candidate who is not shown is Republican Roy Moore.

You can view the ad by going to:

-- posted by Sebastian Kitchen

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