Clark out with radio ad in 8th District DFL primary race

Former State Sen. Tarryl Clark’s campaign says her first radio ad, “Fight,” began airing Monday morning in northeastern Minnesota and will be on the air on several Iron Range area radio stations for at least two weeks.

On Saturday 8th District Democrats endorsed former Rep. Rick Nolan’s campaign for Congress. Now Nolan, Clark and former Duluth City Council Member Jeff Anderson will compete in a DFL primary that will determine which Democrat will run against first term Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack in November.

Clark’s ad features the candidate and a retired steelworker and accuses Cravaack of working to end Medicare and Social Security “as we know it.” The Clark campaign is not saying how much money it’s spending to air the radio ad.

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