(Des Moines, IA) Johnston attorney and Republican Attorney General candidate Adam Gregg yesterday released his first two advertisements entitled “Words” and “Testimonials” in the Iowa Attorney General race.

The ads will begin running on digital platforms of desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones.  The viewing habits of Iowa voters have changed substantially, and digital advertising offers a more efficient, targeted approach to reach them.

“When I started this race, I stated it was important for the Attorney General to meet his clients, the people of Iowa,” Gregg noted. “As of today, I’ve visited 69 Iowa counties and we’ll hit all 99 before this campaign ends,” Gregg added.

Gregg stated, “I’ve had the opportunity to meet thousands of Iowans across this great state. Their feedback and input has been overwhelmingly positive, and that’s reflected in our message. Unfortunately, I can’t meet them all personally, and our advertising will help us continue to share our message as we begin the final months of this campaign.”

We will continue to press our case that Iowans deserve an Attorney General who is independent and represents their interests,” Gregg added. “Just as I’ve pledged to defend Iowa in every jurisdiction in which its interests are challenged, we’ll take our message to every available venue so the voters can make a sound decision this November.”

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