(CNN) - Gil Fulbright is coming to the Granite State.
The satirical Senate candidate, who also made an appearance earlier this year in Kentucky, is pretending to run for office under the banner of the anti-corruption group Represent.Us. He will appear in a television ad airing across New Hampshire starting this Friday.
The ads are funded by MayDay PAC, an organization which backs campaign finance reform. Last month, MayDay PAC endorsed former New Hampshire state Sen. Jim Rubens over former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown in the state's upcoming GOP Senate primary.
In the new ad, 'Honest Gil' claims to support Brown and sarcastically attacks Rubens for offenses such as wanting to "stop corruption in Washington" and "help the people of New Hampshire."
The ad portrays Brown as a defender of the current campaign finance system.
The ad blitz is part of a larger $600,000 television and radio buy running up to the September 9 primary.
While Rubens faces an uphill battle against Brown, MayDay PAC plans to spend as much as $2 million on his behalf, according to the Concord Monitor.