Thursday, November 02, 2006

New Emily Kreider Ad

As a letter in this week's Bexley News explains:

Television Ads targeting Emily Kreider, a political newcomer who is challenging incumbent David Goodman, trumpet Kreider's "voting record" over a background photo of the Ohio State House. The clear implication is that Kreider is the incumbent and Goodman the challenger. To further confuse matters, Goodman, who has been in the Ohio Legislature since 1998, is campaigning under the slogan "Leadership for a Change."

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Emily Kreider's latest ad responds:

7 comments:

Political Outcast said...

For the record, I've seen the ad a number of times and the only way that she could make that statement is if she did not pay any attention to the ad. It mentions that she missed elections, and even has the words "special election" in it. She was not paying attention.

Billybob said...

Looks like someone needs some sleep. Outcast, get ready for some hardball. LOL. BTW I hear there is a new poll in this race and it is from the Republican's. I hear Kreider is over 50%. Sweet dreams Outcast.

Anonymous said...

Here is the Text of the Ad in ? that Goodman was running before his new ad this week.

Emily Kreider want's to be our vote in the state Senate? But For the past 12 years official records show Emily Kreider failed to vote half the time, on important issues like school's, Critical care for senior's citizens and emergency services. If Emily Kreider doesn't take voting seriously how can we trust her to represent us in the Senate.

We need a Senator who takes representing us seriously, that's David Goodman. David Goodman, leadership for a change."

BillyBob said...

I do not see the Words "missed elections". Now in Goodman's new ad that started Monday it may have said the word Elections but the damage had been done.

Anonymous said...

I know cutting, shredding or tarring yard signs is nothing new but when you do it in the yard of the person running for office now that puts it on a new level.

Political Outcast said...

Well, anonymous, whomever does that really sucks.

Political Outcast said...

Also, if you don't know who your representatives are in government, maybe you should not vote.