The feel-good ad, just five weeks ahead of his contest against Democrat Jim Barksdale, is a reflection of his campaign’s confidence in their November chances. Leading the polls by a healthy margin, Isakson is sticking to a decidedly sunny message.
After a recent campaign shakeup, Barksdale has stepped up his attacks on Isakson, trying to more aggressively tie him to Donald Trump. And his campaign launched an ad in September targeting Isakson’s support for what he called “every bad foreign trade deal” since he was elected.
Here's your glimpse at Isakson's ad:
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