Monday, April 28, 2014

ON AIR: 2nd Republican Candidate For Governor Hits Airwaves Tonight; $150K+ Week of Ads (FOLLOWING MONEY IN ARIZONA'S POLITICS)

Arizona Treasurer Doug Ducey hits the airwaves tonight, buying more than $150,000 worth of ads to kick off his gubernatorial air campaign.  The 30-second spot will NOT battle head-to-head with the ads that GOP opponent Christine Jones has been airing - those spots ended yesterday.

Ducey started out 2014 with the most campaign money in the bank ($946K), but Jones (apparently) lent herself enough money early this year to begin advertising on March 13; she has already spent more than $250,000 in TV ads introducing herself to voters.

Ducey's ad airs for the first time tonight on KPNX Channel 12 (Phoenix), during the Extra program (6:30).  It is not yet available online, but Arizona's Politics has requested a copy from the Ducey campaign.

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