Ad will run in Conjunction with the Launch of 18-City “No Nonsense” Statewide Tour
Chagrin Falls, OH – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Dolan today released a campaign ad entitled “Ohio Matters” spotlighting his opponents’ incessant nonsense, negative attacks and lack of focus on Ohio. The ad is part of the campaign’s $2 million ad buy in the home stretch of a contest largely regarded as a toss-up among the 5 contenders. It will air statewide on broadcast TV, cable television and digital platforms.
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“Joe Biden’s reckless agenda and failed policies pose a direct threat to Ohio and America. Instead of offering solutions to bring down rising prices, secure the border, or stand up to China, my opponents are more concerned with attacking each other. That’s nonsense. Unlike them, I have a proven record of conservative results and I’ll never lose my focus on fighting for what’s best for Ohio,” Matt Dolan said.
Below is a transcript of Ohio Matters (TV:30)
Narrator: A record of conservative results.
Protecting Ohio jobs
Securing the border and funding police.
Matt Dolan: That’s what matters in this campaign.
Because it’s all about Ohio.
My opponents are focused on name-calling instead of results.
They attack and insult each other.
Even had a near-fistfight.
So forget all their nonsense.
This is your Senate seat.
Because Ohio is what matters.
The new ad is timed to coincide with the launch of an 18-city, “No Nonsense” Tour that will visit cities and small towns across Ohio to further emphasize Matt Dolan’s focus on solutions to the challenges confronting everyday Ohioans. Matt will be joined by state and local leaders and announce a series of new endorsements. Below are details on the upcoming stops.
Dolan will visit the following cities and small towns in Ohio:
Tuesday, April 19
Wednesday, April 20
Thursday, April 21
Friday, April 22
Saturday, April 23
For more information on Matt Dolan’s “No Nonsense Tour”, please contact Evan at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.DolanforOhio.com.