Dr. Monica Wehby, is running for the GOP Senate nomination in Oregon:
At The Wall Street Journal, Kimberly Strassel tells why it's so effective:
Political commentators are praising the ad for its positive message, though the spot contains a more subtle power. Ms. Wehby's main opponent in the primary is Jason Conger, a GOP state legislator. She's highlighting her fiscal conservatism and her opposition to ObamaCare, though Mr. Conger is attacking her for her more libertarian social views. The unsaid message of the Wehby ad is that while she may be pro-choice, she clearly cares deeply about life and put her skills to work to help a mother avoid a termination.In Arkansas, Tom Cotton has a clever response to an attack by incumbent David Pryor:
Remember, this race is in the Deep South. In the 1960s, could one have imagined an ad in which an African American authority figure scolds a white candidate?