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Race for Kendrick Meek's seat comes to TV

Democrat Rudy Moise, one of 10 candidates vying to replace U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, raised more money than his opponents earlier this year -- and he's not waiting for the latest campaign report to come in Thursday to spend some of that cash.

Moise's campaign has released a TV ad, titled "Good Doctor," which it will be promoting in a news conference Thursday morning. It's the first TV ad in the crowded race, as far as we can tell. Take a look at the web version of the ad below:



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Pretty terrible commercial at best.


Kendrick is sure going to miss that $174K a year. Maybe mom can drive him around in that fancy ride of hers. After all, he helped pay for it.


Pretty good ad, I like how it is much different than the average typical campaign ad. (Greene, Scott)


I think Rudy is going to surprise people - he's got all the right stuff, and it shows n the ad.

Tatiana Mitchell

I don't understand why there are 4 Haitian candidates, that is splitting the vote but Rudy sure has the edge on them all.

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