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Fox TV ad: 'He's protecting us against Megan Barry' - The Tennessean
In his latest television campaign ad, David Fox is back in his black Suburban and again communicating with his campaign's oversized fox mascot.
This time there's a more blunt message: Fox is cast as the "defender" against Megan Barry becoming mayor of Nashville.
Fox's latest TV ad continues the spoof of a famous Lincoln car commercial that features actor Matthew McConaughey. Fox is in the driver's seat, and he's seen staring down his campaign's fox mascot in a back alley.
The mascot is supposed to personify Fox, the candidate, as Nashville's protector against a Barry mayor's office.
"That's a really big fox," Fox says slowly in the 60-second ad, with dramatic Western film music playing in the background. "He's protecting Nashville from Megan Barry.
"Barry raised taxes and said she'd do it again," he continues. "She'll turn us into Atlanta, take away what makes us special. But the fox will stand his ground. I can respect that. You keep doing your thing, fox. I'm on your side. "
Whether Fox's McConaughey-inspired television ads are effective is debatable. But one thing is clear: Fox's campaign has undoubtedly produced the mayoral race's most creative set of TV ads.
Metro's runoff election is Thursday. View the entire ad below:Joey Garrison reports on Metro Nashville government for The Tennessean. He previously covered K-12 trends inside Nashville’s public schools, larger policy decisions at the state level and the intersection of politics and education for The Tennessean. Garrison, who grew up in Franklin, arrived at The Tennessean in 2012 after working for three years covering Metro government for The City Paper in Nashville. Last year, the <i>Washington Post’s </i>“The Fix” blog named Garrison one of the best political reporters in Tennessee. Source: www.tennessean.com
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