Graham’s first ads tout conservative bona fides

by Cameron Joseph, The Hill
February 12, 2014

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is going on the air early to tout his conservative bona fides months ahead of his June primary election.

The ad opens by highlighting Graham’s fights with the Obama administartion over Benghazi and ObamaCare and ties him to former Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), who is popular with the Tea Party.

Graham has faced criticism from the right for his positions on immigration and climate change, and is facing five primary opponents, none of whom have much money for the race.

His opening ad salvo, which The State says will run on TV and radio statewide, is likely just the first push in a sustained effort to pump up his conservative bona fides ahead of the primary. Graham has $7.6 million in the bank, much more than any of his opponents.

“DeMint, Graham take GOP lead against healthcare bill,” flashes a headline from a local publication as a narrator says Graham “opposed ObamaCare from day one” and says he “led the fight on Benghazi.”

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