10/22 Weekly Roundup
October 23, 2018
We are 15 days until Election Day—and the airwaves and digital channels are crowded with campaign ads. To make sure you catch the powerful and important ads from Democratic AG candidates, check out this weekly round-up below with a spotlight on ads in Texas and Georgia.
Justin Nelson (TX)
Top Cop– Indicted GOP incumbent AG Ken Paxton is facing felony charges and up to 99 years in prison. Texans deserve Justin Nelson, a leader who respects the law, as AG!
Charlie Bailey (GA)
Training Wheels– GOP incumbent AG Chris Carr has never prosecuted a case and lacks the experience to move Georgia forward. Prosecutor Charlie Bailey has dedicated his career to protecting Georgia from gang violence and has the experience we need to keep Georgians safe.
Additional ads from Democratic Attorney General Candidates include:
Joe Siegelman (AL)
People, Not Politics Joe Siegelman is a civil rights attorney running for AG because he wants to serve the people, not someone’s political agenda.
Phil Weiser (CO)
Protecting Colorado: An Attorney General for All– Phil Weiser’s grandparents survived the Holocaust and taught him to always believe in a better future, something Phil Weiser has worked for his entire career. As your next AG, Phil Weiser will protect the rights of Coloradoans to ensure EVERYONE can benefit from the opportunities this country offers.
Kwame Raoul (IL)
Scared– Republicans like GOP candidate for AG Erika Harold aren’t willing to fight to protect healthcare. For those Americans with pre-existing conditions, this put their lives at risk. As AG, Kwame Raoul will fight to protect the critical healthcare that so many families rely on.
Aaron Ford (NV)
Going Going Gone– Just days after the Las Vegas Strip shooting in October 2017, Wes Duncan participated in a fundraiser that auctioned off the same type of military-style assault weapon used in the tragic shooting. Duncan’s poor judgment make him unfit to serve as Nevada AG. Ford is the gun sense champion Nevada needs in the OAG.
Randy Seiler (SD)
Our Next Attorney General– Randy Seiler has the experience South Dakotans need in their next AG.