FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Gubernatorial candidate Jonathan Miller
released his first commercial today, a pitch to Democratic voters
scheduled to begin airing statewide next week.
The state treasurer does not speak in the 30-second spot in
which a narrator tells voters to, "Say no to the same old talk and
"Not the same old talk, talk and more talk," a narrator says.
"Kentucky needs a new generation of leadership built on
performance and results, not more baggage and scandal."
Miller is one of seven candidates seeking the Democratic
nomination for governor in the May 22 primary. Kentucky is one of
three states electing a governor this year.
The other Democrats are former Lt. Govs. Steve Beshear and Steve
Henry, Lexington attorney Gatewood Galbraith, demolition contractor
Otis Hensley, Louisville businessman Bruce Lunsford, and House
Speaker Jody Richards.
In the Republican primary, Gov. Ernie Fletcher is seeking
re-election opposition from Paducah businessman Billy Harper and
former U.S. Rep. Anne Northup.
Miller's ad is scheduled to begin airing Tuesday morning, and
will run on both network and cable television, spokeswoman Carol
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