Democratic AG candidates start airing TV ads (video)

A day after Dave Aronberg aired his first television ad of the Democratic Attorney General primary, Dan Gelber followed suit today.

It also comes after the first polls in a long time have come out in this fascinating race (please read our feature article on the campaign in the current CL).

We would have posted Aronberg's ad yesterday, but it wasn't available anywhere.  The one that is now available was taken by somebody watching it on television - not sure why the campaign hasn't made this more accessible.

Now here comes Gelber's

The dueling ads come after a Mason Dixon poll released Thursday revealed that Gelber holds a narrow, too close to call 23%-21% lead over Aronberg, with obviously the vast majority of Democrats surveyed still not certain who to choose.

(The same poll shows a very tight GOP race for Attorney General as well, with Pam Bondi

ate Sen. Dan Gelber is edging Sen. Dave Aronberg by 23 percent to 21 percent.

In the Republican primary for Attorney General, prosecutor Pam Bondi narrowly leads Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp and former legislator Holly Benson by 17 percent to 16 percent and 13 percent, respectively

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