WASHINGTON (CNN) - Promising to get the "economy moving again," Connecticut Republican Senate hopeful Tom Foley released his first television ad Wednesday.
The ad entitled "Cycle", a referrence to what Foley calls a "vicious cycle" of contributions and political favors flowing between special interest groups and politicians, says longtime Connecticut Democratic Sen. Christopher Dodd is "one of the worst offenders."
Suggesting that Connecticut does not need another career politician, in the 30-second spot, Foley highlights his 25 years as a businessman.
The Foley campaign would not release details about the amount of ad dollars supporting "Cycle," but the campaign tells CNN the new ad is running statewide.
Foley, the former U.S. Ambassador to Ireland, is one of 7 Republican candidates vying for Dodd's seat.
The Connecticut primary will take place August 10.
Republicans know all about re-cycling. They have been feeding us the same bull for years!
Any promise by a Rethuglican is an outright lie
I couldn't have said it better... unless you added about twenty more senators to that list.
Why is Chris Dodd not in jail ? OHHH i forgot , he is your typical liberal...Sorry..
Takin out libs one corupt scumbag at a time!
they spend so much money on these ads and then complaine about the money for health care. More political lies on the air waves. Oh joy
Republican Foley is a phoney baloney. He'll take us on a Republican ride we'll never forget. Voters beware.
the corperate party of america – oh imean the republican need a third party leaning to the center- don,t let the insurance company get between you and your doctor either you or a loved one will lose and if you do get sick they will drop you know matter who pays your insurance