Herring TV ad highlights news articles on Obenshain

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The Mark Herring attorney general campaign is trying to break through the clutter of a tight race with Mark Obenshain with a new TV ad, “Footsteps,” showcasing several newspaper op-eds and their assessment on the Obenshain record.

One tidbit from the press release announcing this: The Herring campaign has taken to referring to Obenshain, the Republican nominee, as the “Tea Party candidate” in all references.

“Our latest ad highlights what news organizations are saying about Mark Obenshain – that he is going to continue Ken Cuccinelli’s ideological agenda, focused on telling women what they can and can’t do with their bodies. Virginians are tired of the extreme Tea Party approach of Mark Obenshain and Ken Cuccinelli. Mark Herring will take the politics out of the office and put the law – and Virginians – first,” said Kevin O’Holleran, campaign manager for Democratic candidate for Attorney General Mark Herring.



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