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Kaine Helps Put Karen Schultz On TV

Tim Craig

Democratic Senate candidate Karen Schultz has purchased air time in the expensive Washington media market.

Schultz, who is running against Republican Jill Holtzman Vogel, started a $250,000 media buy today. In the ad, Schultz says she is a "hometown leader" who has been endorsed by former governor Mark R. Warner (D). Schultz also criticizes Vogel for being a "Washington insider" who has ties to the energy industry. Holtzman Vogel responded Friday with her own ads.

On Tuesday, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine's political action committee, Moving Virginia Forward, gave Schultz's campaign $68,000. Schultz also wrote a $50,000 check to her campaign yesterday, according to the Virginia Public Access Project.

You can view Schultz's ad here

In a trend started by Sen. Jeannenmarie Devolites Davis (R-Fairfax), candidates in competitive races in Northern Virginia are now flocking to take put their message on network television, a first in Northern Virginia. You can view Devolites Davis's latest ad here

Devolites Davis' Democratic opponent, J. Chapman "Chap" Petersen, began airing an ad on network television last week.

Sen. Ken Cuccinelli II (R-Fairfax) and his Democratic opponent, Janet Oleszek, also began airing ads on network television this week.

By Tim Craig  |  November 1, 2007; 1:58 PM ET
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