GA-SEN: Jim Martin Debuts New Ad - "Becky"

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In a new ad released today, Jim Martin responds to Saxby Chambliss' false, personal attacks on Martin's record protecting children.  The truth is that Jim Martin has always fought to protect children and families, because he knows what it's like to have a child come face-to-face with violent crime.  

"Becky"

Martin's daughter Becky was kidnapped when she was eight years old.  Fortunately she was let go, but Martin never forgot the way Becky trembled when she came face-to-face with her kidnapper in court. Over his 18-year tenure in the state legislature and during his service as Commissioner of Georgia's Department of Human Resources, Martin built a reputation as a leading advocate for children.

Tags: ads, Georgia, Jim Martin, Run-off Election, saxby chambliss, U.S. Senate (all tags)

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5 Comments

wow...

thanks for your continuing coverage!

by bored now 2008-11-22 12:16PM | 0 recs
Re: GA-SEN: Jim Martin

What a terrible thing to happen (have a child kidnapped).  Does anybody know how long ago that happened or what the circumstances were?

by markjay 2008-11-22 01:31PM | 0 recs
Should have attacked Saxby directly

When Dole pulled her "godless" nonsense on Hagan, Hagan came back at Dole with force.  Martin should have been outraged and called Saxby out in this ad.  It would not only called Saxby accountable for this attack, but it would have reminded everyone of what he did to Max in 2002.

by Do Something 2008-11-22 02:37PM | 0 recs
Re: Should have attacked Saxby directly

I agree. Chambliss is a SCUMBAG of the highest order. If my child had been kidnaped and That A**hole Chamliss had run those ads, I would have challenged him to a duel on National TV at Sunrise...what a classless jerk....

by hddun2008 2008-11-22 05:43PM | 0 recs
when is he gonna run Bush ads?

Bush ads have proven to be extremely effective, but Martin isn't running any of them. He could easily link Bush and Chambliss, and say how even tho Bush is leaving, Chambliss would continue his policies and legacy in the Senate.

by Lakrosse 2008-11-22 03:43PM | 0 recs

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