Carter Releases Ad Attacking Deal’s Wealth

With less than three weeks remaining until Georgia’s high-stakes Election Day, Jason Carter’s gubernatorial campaign has released a new ad, this one attacking the manner in which his campaign says Gov. Nathan Deal “got rich.”


  1. HueyMahl says:

    THAT is a great ad. Almost as good as the “outsourcing” ad series by Nunn.

    The Nunn and Carter campaigns are hitting on all cylinders.

  2. Doug Grammer says:

    It would have more legs if the company that bought the salvage yard had debt forgiven in exchange for the purchase.

  3. Mike Stucka says:

    In what way is this ad attacking Deal’s wealth? It’s not questioning his ability to have wealth, but rather questioning the process and timing by which he acquired it.

    The headline seems to suggest class warfare. Where’s the evidence?

  4. Trey A. says:

    “Carter releases an ad attacking one of the many ways Nathan Deal has unethically used his power in office over the years to enrich himself, his family and his friends.”

    Rod Blagojovech, Bob McDonnell, Edwin Edwards, George Ryan… Nathan Deal… Just wait.

    • David C says:

      I can’t help but laugh when Deal’s camp decries attacking corrupt officials as “Chicago Style Politics. Chicago wishes that were Chicago style politics.

  5. Three Jack says:

    Good ad in a multi part series if Carter chooses to show other instances of Deal enriching himself, family and friends over the past few years. So much to choose from, I bet the Carter team wishes they could run ads 24/7.

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