Indiana Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg unveiled his first campaign television ad Tuesday that highlights his small town roots.
The 30-second spot features the former state House speaker criticizing political advertisements and instead talks about his longtime friends from his hometown of Sandborn, Indiana.
Gregg tells the story of a friend who caught cancer and moved in with others, adding he wants to keep Indiana “a place where people look out for each other.
The ad will air on broadcast and cable TV statewide.
Gregg is running against Republican Congressman Mike Pence, who has run a number of ads in the general election thus far.
The Pence campaign released it sixth ad Tuesday morning that touts his plan to expand job growth in the state by cutting taxes, freezing regulation and stressing vocational education.
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