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Montco Dems to Launch TV Ad (With Video)

By Keegan Gibson, Managing Editor

For several months, the meme in the Montgomery County Commissioners race was that Democrats Josh Shapiro and Leslie Richards were ready and able to spend over a million dollars on their campaign.

With just under three weeks left until election day, Montco voters are about to find out how much air time a million dollars can buy.

The Shapiro/Richards campaign this afternoon unveiled their first television ad, a 30 second split negative/positive piece that says Republicans Bruce Castor and Jenny Brown, “left the door open for a tax increase.”

The spot, which will air on broadcast as well as cable, was produced by Shorr Johnson Magnus, part of President Barack Obama’s 2008 media team.

Shaprio is a state rep from Abington, and Richards was elected Whitemarsh Township Supervisor.

Castor is the incumbent County Commissioner, while Brown serves as a Lower Merion Township Commissioner. They began to air their first television ad, also a split 30 second positive/negative piece, on Monday.

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