Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham announced a media "ad blitz" heading into the final days of his bid to win a third term.
Graham's ad, part of a statewide television, radio and digital campaign, touts the senator's support for the military, deepening the port in Charleston, building the Keystone-XL pipeline and "fighting to keep radical Islam off our shores."
The 30-second television ad also says Graham opposes the federal Affordable Care Act and fought against the National Labor Relations Board in its fight against Boeing, the North Charleston aircraft manufacturer.
Graham’s campaign had $3 million to spend at the end of September, heading into the final weeks of the general election on Nov. 4.
The two-term Republican’s nearest opponent in the polls, Democratic state Sen. Brad Hutto, entered October with $117,139 to spend after raising $190,312 in the same three-month period.
Petition candidate Thomas Ravenel, a Charleston developer and "Southern Charm" reality TV star, had $131,803 to spend heading into October, and Libertarian Victor Kocher had $6,613.
Watch Graham's ad here (Can't see the video? Click here)