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Check out Mark Sharpe’s sharp new TV spot

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Check out Mark Sharpe’s sharp new TV spot

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Is Kathleen Ford’s new TV spot some sort of Halloween spoof?

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When I first saw Kathleen Ford at a podium in front of a green-screened American flag, I thought this had to be a Halloween spoof. Evidently, this commercial really was put out by her campaign. Not as bad as that fake commercial for Joe Smith, but this ad certainly is the worst television commercial produced by one of the mayoral campaigns. And I don’t think anyone EVER wants Kathleen Ford imagining anything for them!

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Larry Williams’ final TV spot

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So much for the rule of not ending on a negative… Larry Williams’ TV commercials have been relatively well-produced. Relatively being the operative word. The ads are a little shaky, they zoom in and out quickly, the on-screen text is sloppy, but overall, these spots are more effective than the spots Adam Goodman produced for Deveron Gibbons’ campaign, but they are not as powerful as Bill Foster’s commercial. And Pam Williams looks a lot better in person than she did…

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Larry Williams’ new TV spot

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If only the spouses of the candidates were running…

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Bill Foster’s TV spot just secured his place in the general election

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The genius of Jack Hebert only needs to come out once a campaign, as it does in this powerful commercial.

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Where is the plaque for alternates? In other words, Scott Wagman’s TV spot is a loser

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Scott Wagman’s campaign debuted its first television commercial. I haven’t seen something so bad since I walked out of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Like the Transformers movies, this commercial had an almost unlimited budget, yet the dollars don’t end up on the screen. That’s because, despite his significant financial advantage, Scott Wagman doesn’t have anything new to say. To quote Oscar Wilde, “if it’s not on the page,” it won’t end up on the screen. Somehow and for some…

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