KOSTER CAMPAIGN RELEASES THIRD TELEVISION AD
St. Louis Version Features St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch
Jefferson City, MO – Chris Koster’s campaign for Attorney General today announced the release of its third television ad. The thirty-second ad, “Walking the Walk,” continues the campaign’s unprecedented statewide television campaign for a down-ballot race.
The ad highlights how Chris Koster is the only Democratic candidate for Attorney General who has stood up in front of juries on behalf of Missourians as a prosecutor. The ad focuses on Koster’s ten years of law enforcement experience as Cass County Prosecuting Attorney, and the tremendous support Koster’s candidacy has received from Missouri’s law enforcement community.
An alternate version of the ad, to air exclusively in the St. Louis area, features St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch. McCulloch, who has served as St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney since 1991, is a former President of the National District Attorneys’ Association and the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys. He is widely regarded as one of the preeminent voices in Missouri’s law enforcement community.
The ad appeals to the strong desire of Missouri voters that their Attorney General not be a typical politician, but rather an experienced prosecutor who is prepared to be the state’s next chief law enforcement officer. “Walking the Walk” will begin airing in Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, and Cape Girardeau tomorrow. The alternate version will begin airing in St. Louis tomorrow as well.
Koster is the only candidate in the race, Democrat or Republican, with any prosecutorial experience. As Cass County Prosecuting Attorney, Koster amassed approximately 20 homicide convictions, two Supreme Court victories and thousands of felony convictions.
Koster has been endorsed by the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, Missouri Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, and the St. Louis Police Officers’ Association.
SCRIPT – “Walking the Walk.”
SCRIPT – “Walking the Walk – McCulloch.”