Yesterday, Ron Johnson’s campaign wound-up the Feingold Career Clock, which will count Senator Feingold’s mounting days in politics – now 12,356 days. See state and national buzz about the launch of the clock below:
Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson’s campaign is going up with a digital ad buy Tuesdayand taking a shot at Democrat Russ Feingold’s long career in politics.
Johnson’s campaign has set up a Feingold Career Clock, counting the number of days Feingold has spent in politics, beginning with a Democratic Party primary victory for state Senate in 1982. The count includes Feingold’s post-Senate career after his loss to Johnson in the 2010 election.
As of Tuesday morning, the Johnson campaign tallied the Feingold career at 12,355 days.
From Politico Pro:
Sen. Ron Johnson’s campaign released a digital ad effort that features “a Career Clock counting the number of days Senator Feingold has spent in politics – 12,355 as of this morning,” per a campaign statement. “The clock will continue counting each day between now and November, highlighting the decades Senator Feingold spent failing to address Wisconsinites’ concerns on national security and other issues.”
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