Ad Watch: Going After the Tim Hortons Crowd

Actually, that should read “Tim Hortons Crowding“:

Personally, I don’t really like the ad, but it strikes me as one that could work.

The ad is on an issue voters care about. It’s got Jack sounding confident in front of a big flag. Plus, attack ads done in a “cartoon style” like this seem less mean than grainy black and white photos – that’s why the Dippers used a “chalk attack” in 2008.

It’s not fancy. It certainly won’t win any awards. But it gets the message across, which is what it’s supposed to do.

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Posted on by CalgaryGrit in 2011 Federal Election, Ads, Federal Politics

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A former Calgary Liberal, now living in Toronto. My writings on politics can be found at and online at the National Post.

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