In a low-budget GOP U.S. Senate primary that’s happening largely under the general public’s radar, Save Jerseyans, candidate Rich Pezzullo is the latest potential Booker challenger to take to the radio waves as June 3rd rapidly approaches.
Speaking directly to the audience, Pezzullo touches on a number of substantive topics in the ad including recent overtures by Democrats to hike the federal minimum wage, arguing that this proposal “won’t create jobs and extending unemployment benefits won’t improve the economy” and declaring his belief that “Republicans need to be strong voices for the free market, not more big government.”
He’s not alone in radio land. Murray Sabrin and Jeff Bell are also running radio spots in lieu of prohibitively pricey television commercials; Brian Goldberg, who boasts the largest collection of county lines, is primarily sticking to biographical and issue-based web videos.
Pezzullo’s 60-second spot is up on 12 stations touching the New York, New Jersey, Atlantic City, and Philadelphia media markets. Let me know what you think…