The ad, much like Ellsworth’s debate performances, points to the negative ads fellow candidates Paul Mango and Scott Wagner have been running against each other and labels her as a better option.
“Mr. Mango and Senator Wagner might be confused by this spot. Laura talks about putting people ahead of politics, creating jobs, bolstering education and reforming Harrisburg,” Ellsworth’s spokeswoman Brianna Buczkowski said.
The 30-second ad titled “Turn it Off” is running heavily in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh media markets with the possibility of growing the buy as the primary approaches.
The ad pushes the message that Ellsworth will look to “get conservative things done, like creating jobs, improving education, breaking the opioid epidemic and reducing taxes and regulations.”
You can view the ad below.