ELECTION 2014: US Senate hopeful Richard Cash launches radio ad
03/13/2014 2:56 PM
03/13/2014 3:13 PM
Easley businessman Richard Cash has launched a radio ad in his campaign for U.S. Senate against incumbent Lindsey Graham.
The one-minute ad, which will run on three radio stations in the Upstate, opens with children saying the Pledge of Allegiance and transitions to a man asking, "Are we really one nation under God? When we say, 'God bless America,' does God listen?"
The ad then plugs Cash's "One Nation Under God" rally he's throwing on his birthday -- March 31 -- at the TD Convention Center in Greenville.
"Richard will answer these questions as he talks about our great American heritage of Christianity, capitalism and the constitution," the man in the ad says.
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One of six Republicans challenging Graham in June's primary, Cash has booked five-time Grammy winner and Christian singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman to headline the concert-campaign event.
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