Shockingly, Alan Jilka has chosen to call Tim Huelskamp "extreme" in his debut television advertisement.
With just two days left until Election Day, Jilka has finally scrapped together enough money to run some ads on TV, and boy is his first (and probably only) a flop. In the advertisement, Jilka makes no attempt to introduce himself or what he stands for to the people of the district, he only reverts to his old tactic of calling Huelskamp "extreme."
Not only is his ad 100% negative, but Jilka uses the most extreme (that's a little joke) photo of Huelskamp he could possibly find. It's so outrageous and grainy that it looks like it's been photo-shopped. I certainly wouldn't put that above Jilka's desperate campaign.
In between cutting second rate negative ads, the Jilka campaign seems to be focusing on it's only endorsements during it more then one year plus campaign: teacher unions and liberal newspapers.
What a sad testament. Mr. Jilka could have run with dignity. Instead he's decided to simply throw it all away.