A new online advertising campaign kicked off this week for the Defending The American Dream Summit to be held in Columbus, Ohio this August. The event is sponsored by the Koch Brother-funded group Americans For Prosperity (AFP).
The ad campaign features many well-known governors who are running for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 such as Marco Rubio, Rick Perry and Jeb Bush.
Ohio Governor John Kasich still appears to be off the invitation list, as we first reported back in May.
So why isn’t Ohio Governor Kasich joining top tier presidential candidates like Jeb Bush at an event that will be held only a few blocks from his Downtown Columbus office?
It looks like he is still banned from all Koch Brothers’ events for acting like a jerk to big Republican donor Randy Kendrick, wife of the owner of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Here are some of the latest ads in the AFP campaign:
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