Columbus, Ohio -- Today, Conservation Ohio announces a $250,000 digital ad buy for the final few weeks of the campaign, in support of the Rich Cordray and Betty Sutton ticket for governor and lieutenant governor.
Focusing efforts on Facebook and pre-roll video across hundreds of online platforms, these persuasion and Get Out The Vote digital ads will be targeted to women across Ohio. Featuring Ohio women and children, the ads will aim to show what’s really at stake in this race: the health of future generations who need access to clean air and water.
“This digital investment signifies a big play to both persuade and turn out votes in the final two weeks of this campaign,” said Hannah Tyler, Deputy Director of Conservation Ohio. “We want Ohioans to know that Rich Cordray will be a champion for them and their families.”
These digital ads will begin running on Tuesday, October 23, and run through Election Day.
“As my own daughter turns a year old next month, I want to make sure Ohio is sustainable and healthy for her as she grows up,” said Tyler. “Mike DeWine has been a disaster for our environment, with a clear record of trying to protect his donors over Ohio kids. That’s not the future I want for my family.”
In supporting environmental champion Rich Cordray, Conservation Ohio is eager to elect a candidate who will fight for clean air and water for all Ohioans, not his corporate polluter donors.