Another Olympics entrant

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The campaign of Democrat Hannah-Beth Jackson has purchased nearly $57,000 in television commercials to air during Olympics programming on the NBC affliate station that airs in Santa Barbara County.

Jackson's ads follow on the heels of Republican Tony Strickland's decision to begin campaign advertising extraordinarily early by purchasing $112,000 in ads that have been airing during Olympics programming on the same station. The two are competing for the ultra-competitive 19th Senate District seat in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

I have not yet seen or been informed of the content of Jackson's ads, but they will air during "Today Show" broadcasts from Beijing, day- and night-time Olympics programming and during the Aug. 24 Closing Ceremony.

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