August 28, 2008

Kryzan Gets Into The Game

While Jack Davis continues to plow millions of his own dollars into his race to succeed Tom Reynolds in the 26th Congressional district, it appears candidate Alice Kryzan has decided to get off the bench and enter the game. Attempting to capitalize on Davis and candidate Jon Powers continuously attacking each other, Kryzan's public relations firm has come up with a witty, albeit effective television ad showing two men, obvious Davis and Powers lookalikes, in a verbal and physical altercation.

The ad, which follows below, has no sound for the last six seconds, but you can see Kryzan saying, "boys, take it somewhere else." If we get a cleaner audio version, we'll post it.

3 comments:

brianfending said...

I rather like the "fill in the blank" nature of the audio-less last six seconds. Someone with some post-production audio gear could have some great fun. Incidentally, does ANYBODY think this kind of negative/comparative ad works???

lido said...

I'm not sure if it is negative. To me, she's sending a message that she is staying above the negative tactics being used by Powers & Davis. Either way, I agree that it's pretty humorous.

Mr. Pink said...

Loved it.