For the first time, the Broward Democratic Party has created its own television ad and is buying time on local cable television to push early voting and the party's candidates.
Among the not-so-subtle images: a photo of President Bush and presidential candidate John McCain embracing.
"It'll be geared totally toward our early voting process," said Democratic Chairman Mitch Ceasar.
Ceasar said the party will spend between $10,000 and $20,000 on air time to run the spot beginning today and lasting a week. If the party gets more money, it will buy more time.
Here's the spot:
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Posted by Ron Mills at 2:20 PM