Daggett launches ‘must-watch’ ad in New Jersey

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7 thoughts on “Daggett launches ‘must-watch’ ad in New Jersey

  1. Trent Hill

    Peter, very nice post, thank you.

    The ad is interesting. I hope the man can get some traction.

  2. Danny S

    Lol I love the ad! And if that goes on the air, I think it would definitely get people’s attention.

  3. Kimberly Wilder

    Very cute. I liked it.

    There is so much energy in the air to say that Dems and Reps have failed us, we need an independent (or third party, but independent seems to be the even stronger theme.)

    This is all good for the revolution…


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