We might already know who’s in the running to be Coumbus’ next mayor, but two of the candidates thought it was about time to formally introduce themselves. And with our *favorite* way: campaign ads.
This week, both Sheriff Zach Scott and City Council President Andrew Ginther released TV campaign ad spots. It seems like the two Democrats are hoping to get some face time with voters, since these ads are airing before the deadline for candidates to file their nominating petitions. So if they’re airing these spots waaay earlier (because most come out in April, right before the May primary), does that mean they’re more to come? And if so, is there a way I can add “Ad Blocker” to my TV? (deb)