ICYMI: AJC: “Warnock Plans ‘Impossible to Miss’ Georgia Runoff Ad Blitz” - Warnock for Georgia

ICYMI: AJC: “Warnock Plans ‘Impossible to Miss’ Georgia Runoff Ad Blitz”

November 22, 2022 
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ICYMI: AJC: “Warnock Plans ‘Impossible to Miss’ Georgia Runoff Ad Blitz”

Campaign Will Have Billboards, Mobile Signs, Planes, Posters To Drive Turnout

Atlanta, GA – Today, a new report in the Atlanta Journal Constitution highlighted the Warnock for Georgia campaign’s efforts to ramp up voter education and mobilization ads ahead of the runoff election. 

The campaign’s advertising campaign includes billboards at high-traffic areas, mobile signs deployed across the state, planes that tow messages above metro Atlanta, posters at college campuses and ads at transit stops. 

Read more below:

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Warnock plans ‘impossible to miss’ Georgia runoff ad blitz

By Greg Bluestein — November 22, 2022

Key Points

  • U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock’s campaign is pumping more than $1 million into an unconventional strategy to mobilize hard-to-reach Georgia voters before the Dec. 6 runoff against Republican Herschel Walker.
  • The Democrat’s “out of home” advertising campaign includes more than 100 billboards at high-traffic areas, a fleet of mobile signs deployed across the state and planes that tow messages above metro Atlanta that encourage Georgians to vote.
  • The campaign will also deploy posters at 28 college campuses, along with ads at transit stops, to encourage students to vote.
  • “These impossible to miss ads will complement our field work on the doors and the phones – and help ensure Georgia voters have all the information they need to vote for Rev. Warnock in the runoff,” said Warnock spokeswoman Sarafina Chitika.
  • The spending is part of an ever-growing advertising blitz ahead of a runoff that’s expected to drive significantly lower turnout than the November midterm. Walker’s campaign and his allies, too, have beefed up mobilization efforts that involve a spate of campaign stops in areas where voter participation lagged.