Unbelievable: O’Donnell railroaded by TV station

They took her money and then ‘forgot’ to run the 30 minute TV ad – twice!

Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell was hoping to get out a special message to voters in the final push to election day, but a 30-minute advertisement scheduled to run twice on a Delaware television station hasn’t appeared.

Campaign spokesman Doug Sachtleben said Monday the campaign had bought time and the program had been scheduled to run twice on cable Channel 28, a Comcast public access channel in Wilmington.

The Republican candidate sent messages to supporters on Twitter, urging them to tune in. She later sent a message saying the station “‘forgot’ to air it both times … even though we paid for the time slot last week.

Station officials didn’t immediately respond to questions about the advertisement, which features O’Donnell supporters criticizing the tax and regulation policies coming from Washington.

I have a feeling I know exactly why they didn’t run it – because they watched it! It’s really good! I thought it would be a snoozefest, but I was very wrong. It’s a very professional production that shows you the state of Delaware and why it needs someone who will actually represent the people.

Please watch it and pass it around to anyone you know in Delaware.

Vote for Christine O’Donnell!

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