Cagle Releases New TV Ad for Gubernatorial Campaign

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle has released a new TV ad for his gubernatorial campaign that is part of a $4.5 million media buy. The ad will air via broadcast, cable, and satellite across the Albany, Atlanta, Augusta, Chattanooga, Columbus, Jacksonville, Macon, Savannah, and Tallahassee media markets.

The ad is entitled “Difference” and touts “Cagle’s partnership with Gov. Deal which has led to unprecedented economic growth for Georgia. This includes adding 40,000 new businesses and growing 600,000 jobs while cutting income taxes by $5.7 billion and earning the distinction of being the best state in the nation for business.”

Cagle stated: “I am excited for our advertisements to run statewide across all platforms. I am not running for governor because I need a job or a title: I am running to make a difference. Our ad focuses on the immense economic growth that our state has experienced due to our strong, conservative leadership, and a Cagle administration will continue to be laser-focused on creating even greater economic prosperity that leaves no Georgian behind.”

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Zack Lindsey
Zack Lindsey

“Status quo! Status quo! Status quo!”

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Casey Cagle is no Governor Deal. Grabbing coattails is to be expected when Cagle has demonstrated very little leadership over a dozen years. I wonder how Deal feels about it.

Benevolus
Benevolus

Even so, he’s probably the best of the GOP candidates.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

My thoughts on Casey Cagle have been aired here multiple times. In short: his lone political “skill” is that he wasn’t Ralph Reed in 2006.