“The GOP really want you to think that they’re not terrified by Jon Ossoff,” the narrator says, adding: “He’s also a huge Star Wars fan.”
The attack ad took aim at Ossoff’s assertion that he worked for five years as a national security staffer who held top security clearances, claiming he was "dressing up with his drinking buddies" for part of that time. Ossoff and his campaign said he was granted those privileges after Johnson's 2006 election.
The GOP super PAC hinted there were more attacks to come. Ossoff, who claims to have raised nearly $2 million, is ready to strike back.
Records show he’s lined up about $75,000 in ad buys from Friday to Monday on WSB and WXIA.
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