Baxter Troutman releases second statewide ad - Florida Politics

Baxter Troutman releases second statewide ad

The second television ad for Baxter Troutman, Republican candidate for Agriculture Commissioner, began running statewide Wednesday.

The ad for the Winter Haven businessman and grower is part of a $1.6 million television and digital ad package the campaign announced two weeks ago.

The first television ad featured Becky Troutman, the candidate’s wife, talking about her husband and his career and family.

The 30-second ad released Wednesday features the candidate himself discussing the issues facing agriculture and its importance to the state and nation.

The ad has been pared down to 15 seconds to run on Facebook and Twitter.

The campaign has other ads produced by The Strategy Group lined up for the future, said campaign manager Carlo Fassi.

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Former Ledger of Lakeland columnist Bill Rufty is Central Florida political correspondent for SaintPetersBlog and Florida Politics. Rufty had been with the Ledger from 1985-2015, where, as political editor, he covered a wide range of beats, including local and state politics, the Lakeland City Commission, and the Florida Legislature. Ledger editor Lenore Devore said about Rufty’s 30-year career: “[He is] a man full of knowledge, a polling expert and a war history buff … who has a steel trap in his brain, remembering details most of us have long since forgotten.”
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