Watch Ron George’s First TV Ad


Ron George released his first TV ad yesterday.

Here’s what Alex Jackson wrote about it yesterday:

George, a two-term state delegate, said his campaign has signed contracts to begin airing the commercial in the Baltimore market. It’s unclear when the ad will first run.


George will be the second Republican candidate to run TV ads in Maryland.

Hogan started running ads on TV in April. Craig has produced an ad, but has not bought time for it to run on TV.

George’s ad shows the two-term delegate working at his jewelry store in Annapolis, Ron George Jewelers. George leaves the jewelry store on Main Street and walks to the State House, where he takes a look at state budget books.

Here’s the ad:

Here’s the transcript:

Ron George is a family man, successful businessman, a leader in his community. He started his own business from scratch learning a trade and paying his way through college.

Ron wanted nothing more than to own a business and be part of a community. He did not aspire to be in government, but when his community called, he stepped up to the plate.

Ron successfully helped pass tax cuts, fought over 300 proposed tax increases and exposed waste by a government that puts itself first.

Maryland deserves a Governor who puts you first. That Governor is Ron George.

By Authority, Ron George & Shelley Aloi for Maryland, Anthony Pelura, Treasurer.

Jeff Quinton

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