State Rep. John Macco’s campaign is up with two ads a week out from Election Day.
The ads will run in the Green Bay media market on cable, digital, and streaming services.
The first spot emphasizes Macco’s role in passing COVID-19 relief and his support of law enforcement. It shows him speaking with health care providers and police officers.
The second focuses on Macco’s roots in Green Bay and economic priorities.
“A man of character and integrity, John is committed not just to helping our economy reopen, but grow,” the ad says, over shots of Macco touring manufacturing facilities and meeting with workers.
The Macco campaign has raised $158,764 this year. Dem challenger Kirsten Lyerly has raised $400,588.