11/6 Pre-Election Day Ad Roundup: Democratic AG Candidates Release Ads Ahead of Midterms
November 7, 2018
Election Day is TOMORROW—and the airwaves and digital channels have been crowded with campaign ads. To make sure you catch the powerful ads from Democratic AG candidates, check out this round-up below with a spotlight on ads in Georgia and Nevada.
Charlie Bailey (GA)
Job Interview: Charlie Bailey is an experienced prosecutor who law enforcement trusts to keep Georgians safe. His opponent, Chris Carr has never prosecuted a case and lacks the experience to protect Georgia families.
Aaron Ford (NV)
Work: Aaron Ford worked hard to protect his family and he brought this work ethic to the Nevada state senate to protect kids and seniors. As your next Attorney General, he will keep working hard to protect Nevada families.
Additional ads from Democratic Attorney General Candidates include:
Sean Shaw (FL)
Change is on the Ballot: This year’s election is a vote for change, the change the people of Florida need and deserve. Sean Shaw is a part of that change.
Kwame Raoul (IL)
Work of My Life: Kwame Raoul stepped up to fill Obama’s state Senate shoes as a champion for Illinois families. President Obama endorsed Kwame Raoul because he knows Kwame will continue using his experience to defend Illinois families.
Keith Ellison (MN)
Hate Group: GOP Candidate Doug Wardlow has a history of advancing a radical right-wing agenda, going as so far as to defend the right for hate groups to harass women at women’s health centers and to discriminate against the LGBTQ community. A vote for Wardlow is a danger to Minnesota values.
Justin Nelson (TX)
Differences: The choice for AG is clear. Ken Paxton is indicted for a first-degree felony and Justin Nelson is recognized as one of the best lawyers in Texas. For a check on power as big as Texas, check out Justin Nelson.