Charleston PR executive Nancy Mace announced her first radio ad Friday in her bid to unseat U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham.
"It's no secret, President Obama is working to redefine America," says Mace in the one minute ad.
"My American experience was rooted in a strong principled family that taught me anything was possible, and that life and liberty are the foundation of the American Dream," she continues.
"Now that dream is under attack by career politicians who lack the courage to stand against the leftist media and the party establishment to cut the deficit, defund Obamacare and stop the NSA spying program."
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Listen to the radio ad here:
It's unclear where the ad will run or for how long. Mace's campaign did not immediately respond to requests for details about the ad, announced in an email to supporters.
Mace is one of five Republicans campaigning against Graham in June's GOP primary.
Columbia pastor Det Bowers, state Sen. Lee Bright, R-Spartanburg, Easley businessman Richard Cash, and Orangeburg attorney Bill Connor also are running.
Connor announced a television ad last week. Graham was first to announce television and radio ads earlier this month.
Mace ended the 2013 fundraising year having having raised the most money of Graham's other challengers without contributing money of her own to the campaign.