McAuliffe Begins Airing Radio Ads
On the day he officially kicks off his campaign for governor, Terry McAuliffe began airing his first radio ad.
In the ad called Join, McAuliffe introduces himself to Virginians and talks about his focus on improving the state's economy. He invites listeners to join him at a town hall meeting.
"Our next governor has to have what it takes to create jobs and grow our economy," McAuliffe says. "To build on the progress of Tim Kaine and Mark Warner - governors with business and executive experience who know that not every good idea comes from Richmond."
The 60-second ad is running on adult urban contemporary, gospel and religious radio stations in the Norfolk and Richmond media markets.
McAuliffe, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, faces state Sen. R. Creigh Deeds of Bath County and former state delegate Brian J. Moran of Alexandria in a June 9 Democratic primary.
McAuliffe kicks off his campaign this morning in Hampton Roads, starting a week-long swing of town hall meetings across the state. He will appear in Alexandria tonight and in the outer suburbs of Washington, including Loudoun and Prince William counties, on Saturday.
January 7, 2009; 9:10 AM ET
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