More political advertisements will be on Georgia televisions, whether you have traditional cable or streaming services and regardless of your zip code. The latest round includes a number of passive-aggressive messages about respective opponents.
Doug Collins released a new television ad, which features his daughter’s perspective on Collin’s pro-life position. From the press release with the ad:
For months, Kelly Loeffler has attacked Doug Collins with false and misleading ads on a variety of issues. The most egregious of these have questioned Doug’s staunchly pro-life record. His service as a pastor and military chaplain, his A ratings from all the pro-life groups, nothing deterred her from leveraging phony attacks.
“Kelly Loeffler had never been out front on the issue of life until she was appointed to the Senate,” said Collins campaign spokesman Dan McLagan. “She tried to hide her past support of Planned Parenthood and her corporate funding of 1,400 abortions and attacked a pastor and current military chaplain on the thing he holds most dear. Today, Doug’s family opens up about a part of their personal journey in choosing life, as his daughter Jordan tells her story.”
Senator David Perdue, the Original Outsider, released a new TV ad exposing Jon Ossoff’s support for the defund the police movement and his “dangerous, hateful campaign rhetoric.”
“Jon Ossoff’s support for the defund the police movement and his alarming rhetoric show he’s not just radical, he’s dangerous,” said Perdue for Senate Campaign Manager Ben Fry. “While America is trying to come together and heal in the wake of a global health crisis and riots in our major cities, Ossoff is spreading hate and trying to divide Georgians so he can win an election. We must stop his radical agenda.”