Thursday, December 8, 2016

Campaign Ads

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2014 was the most expensive non-presidential election ever costing donors and candidates $4 billion dollars.

A good portion of campaign expenditures goes toward television advertising.

We worked hard to identify the worst use of those funds in 2014: and it comes in the form of a Sharknado.

The Michigan Republican Party, in a ridiculous attempt to discredit U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters, produced what is hands-down the worst campaign ad of 2014.

Similar to the viral phenomenon that occurred with the Ian Ziering movie, Sharknado, some would say that something can be “so bad, it’s good.”

In the case of the low budget commercial by the Michigan GOP, uhh, no.

There is no redemption for this one.

Even worse for the Michigan Republican Party, Peters whirled his way into the Senate, chomping away ten points from his opponent Terri Lynn.

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