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Grayson launches radio ad in U.S. Senate race

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Republican Trey Grayson’s campaign for the U.S. Senate has launched its first radio ad.

The one-minute spot strikes a positive tone and stresses Grayson’s efforts to reduce government spending as Kentucky’s Secretary of State since 2003.

“I’m running for Senate to stop the wasteful spending and keep our country safe from the terrorists who want to kill us,” Grayson declares.

Grayson does not mention his key opponent in the primary, Bowling Green eye surgeon Rand Paul, who launched his first TV ad of the race last week. That spot focused on national security issues.

Grayson’s campaign manager, Nate Hodson, said the ad started Monday on “statewide conservative radio.” He declined to elaborate or to say how long will it air and its costs.

– John Stamper

Filed Under: ElectionsRand PaulRepublican PartyUS Senate Race

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  1. Jack McCock says:

    Do you want to know the truth about Trey Grayson? Visit this website. Here’s the link: http://treygrayson.info/

  2. Steve says:

    Jack, I doubt that’s your real last name, but probably an accurate description. If you’d like the truth on Rand Paul you should visit: http://www.tookookyforkentucky.com

  3. Todd says:

    Actually the truth about the good Dr. can be found at randpaul2010.com and http://winrandwin.com

    The truth about Grayson campaign manager Nate Hodson can be found here:

    http://theblacksentinel.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/foot-in-mouth-1199.jpeg

  4. Nateisinthecloset says:

    This is why Trey will win! This is a beautiful commercial. I hope we can get Kenny G in the TV spots. Kenny G has endorsed Trey!

  5. Brent says:

    I hope Trey doesn’t win. I don’t like the idea of career politicians. His undergraduate degree was in government and he went to the Aspen Institute to be trained as a professional politician.

    Not to mention he never seems to campaign, unless it’s in New York City or Washington, D.C. for a GOP Senate fundraiser.