Where is Myra?

Posted on 03/07/2008. Filed under: John McClelland, Myra Crownover, Texas 2008 elections, texas politics, TX-HD64 |

John McClelland, Democratic nominee for Texas House District 64, has released the first campaign commercial of the 2008 general election season in this North Texas District.

“We wanted to stand out from the crowd to publicize the campaign,” said McClelland, “and this ad is a great beginning. The idea of the ad harkens back to the late Senator Paul Wellstone and his ads asking why his opponent at the time was never seen by his constituents. In this case, I want everyone to sing ‘Where is Myra?’ over and over in their heads while they wonder why their State Representative is rarely anywhere to be seen in District 64.”

The concept of the commercial was the idea of J-Michael Cabosky and Michael Brown, new residents of the district, who recently moved their media production company to Denton from Beverly Hills. “I definitely wanted to do something fun and catchy for John’s campaign to help voters remember his message,” said Cabosky. “As a political junkie, my goal is to create a conversation throughout North Texas races. Residents deserve to find out about the candidates, and what better way then internet political advertising.”

John McClelland was elected as the Democratic nominee for District 64 in Tuesday’s Democratic primary. He seeks to represent District 64 which includes the cities and communities of Denton, Corinth, Shady Shores, Lake Dallas, Hickory Creek, Lakewood Village, Oak Point, Lincoln Park, Paloma Creek South, Little Elm, and The Colony.


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