COLUMBUS, OH -- Today the Ted Strickland for Senate Campaign is releasing a new web video featuring some of the highlights from Ted’s just completed two-day, 7 county “Working Families First” Tour through Appalachia: “Where Ted Came From.”
During the Tour the Strickland campaign also launched a new Appalachian website, www.RobsNotFromHere.com, which will serve as a digital hub for Ohioans to learn about the difference between Ted and Portman on issues that matter to Appalachian residents; released a new Appalachian focused digital ad “Lived It” contrasting Ted and Portman’s biographies; and began running targeted Appalachian Facebook ads.
Here’s some of the press coverage:
Cincinnati Enquirer: Strickland campaign zeroes in on Appalachia.
Youngstown Vindicator: Strickland criticizes Portman’s record on Appalachia issues.
Youngstown Vindicator: Ted Strickland lashes out at U.S. Sen. Rob Portman about Appalachia issues.
Lisbon Morning Journal: Strickland stops in Lisbon seeking votes — and a piece of Governor’s Pie.
Associated Press: US Senate hopeful Ted Strickland visits eastern Ohio home base.
Marietta Times: Ted Strickland touts his southern Ohio roots.
Martins Ferry Times Leader: Strickland campaigns in Martins Ferry.
RealClearPolitics: Strickland's New Ad Spotlights His Appalachian Ties.
Columbus Dispatch: Strickland aims to compare his background to Portman's.
Toledo Blade: Strickland Website Attacks Portman
Morning Consult: Ohio Democrats Attack Portman’s Coal-Leasing Vote.
Chilicothe Gazette: Drug concerns focus of Strickland visit.