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Carnahan ads begin airing today

November 2, 2000
By: Aaron Cummins
State Capital Bureau

Jean Carnahan begins an abbreviated campaign with a television ad airing across Missouri. Aaron Cummins has more from Jefferson City--

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The 60-second ad is Jean Carnahan's first campaign appearance since announcing that she will accept an appointment to the Senate, if her late husband wins the seat.

Carnahan for Senate spokesman Tony Wyche says the ad is simple.

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Contents: Wyche says the ad features a personal message from Jean Carnahan to Missourians.

Republicans say the Carnahan ad won't change John Ashcroft's strategy.

They say he'll continue to focus on his record and experience.

In Jefferson City, Aaron Cummins, KMOX-News.


Jean Carnahan is hitting the airwaves looking for votes for her late husband. Aaron Cummins has the story from the state capitol.

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A sixty-second ad featuring Jean Carnahan in now playing on TV stations across the state.

The ad features the former first lady encouraging voters to keep Mel Carnahan's dreams alive.

Carnahan for Senate spokesman Tony Wyche says the campaign isn't sure if Jean Carnahan will make any other campaign appearances before Tuesday's election.

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Contents: Wyche says the campaign is working on a day-to-day basis.

The Republicans say the ad hasn't changed their strategy.

They say they'll still focus on John Ashcroft's experience.

In Jefferson City, Aaron Cummins, KMOX-News.


Republicans say Jean Carnahan campaign ads won't change their strategy. Aaron Cummins has the story from Jefferson City--

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The Carnahan campaign began airing sixty-second ads across the state.

But, Missouri Republican Party Director John Hancock says the ads won't have an affect on his party's campaign.

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Contents: Hancock says Ashcroft will continue to focus on experience and his record.

Hancock says they think experience should be enough to win John Ashcroft the seat.

The Democrats say they still aren't sure when or if Jean Carnahan will make any campaign appearances.

In Jefferson City, Aaron Cummins, KMOX-News.