The airwaves are drowning in campaign ads! The race to occupy Florida’s governor’s mansion is among the most expensive state-level contest in the country this year, with roughly $31.8 million spent through September 8 on 64,000 television ads. However according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis, the campaign committee of incumbent Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger and former Gov. Charlie Crist are responsible for less than 4 percent of that spending.
That brings us to one controversial ad released by the College Republican National Committee that features Florida’s gubernatorial candidates in a series of online ads trying to entice young voters, especially women.
“Say Yes to the Candidate,” is a spin-off from the TLC reality show, “Say Yes to the Dress,” which centers on women picking the right wedding gown.