Kasich Rolls Out First TV Ad In Campaign For Governor

The ad debuted Tuesday morning and is expected to run on local television stations for one week.(Photo: YouTube)
The ad debuted Tuesday morning and is expected to run on local television stations for one week.(Photo: YouTube)

John Kasich has delivered the first official salvo of the 2014 campaign for governor.

The incumbent Republican this morning released a television ad titled “Deliver” that focuses on his humble western Pennsylvania roots, entering Ohio politics, and starting a family.

Kasich’s Democratic rival Ed Fitzgerald sent an email this morning rehashing many of his recent attacks, and Kasich’s support of collective bargaining limitations that were eventually repealed.

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  • Marlene Talbott-Green PHD

    THIS SICKENINGLY SWEET AND SLICK AD WILL NOT FOOL ANYBODY IN OHIO WHO KNOWS JOHN KASICH. WE ALL KNOW WHO PAID FOR IT, TOO. WHATEVER VALUES HE LEARNED FROM HIS FATHER AND GRANDFATHER (THAT MAKE HIM SOUND LIKE A MAN OF THE PEOPLE) MUST HAVE BEEN TO ALIGN HIMSELF WITH MONEY AND POWER, SO HE WON’T HAVE TO WORK IN COAL MINES OR CARRY A MAIL SACK ON HIS BACK. HE HAS DONE NOTHING BUT HARM TO THE MIDDLE CLASS HERE, TO WOMEN, CHILDREN AND THE ELDERLY, AND HAS BEEN SUCH AN OBSTRUCTION FOR THE MEDICAID EXPANSION, ALTHOUGH POLITICS FINALLY MADE HIM RECONSIDER THAT. THIS AD IS SHAMEFUL. FITZGERALD OUGHT TO HAVE A HAY DAY WITH THIS.