U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is airing his final television and radio ads of the primary campaign, wrapping up issues he's raised over the last three months of the campaign.
The ads are part of a six-figure statewide ad campaign running on television radio, and digital platforms, his campaign said.
"The best experience of my life has been to represent the people of South Carolina in the United States Senate," Graham says.
"My job is to ask tough questions, find answers, and be that conservative leader you can count on to get things done. I'm Lindsey Graham, I approve this message, and I humbly ask for your vote in the Republican Primary on Tuesday."
The ads highlight Graham's opposition to the National Labor Relations Board in connection to Boeing's North Charleston plant; suupport for building the Keystone XL Pipeline; opposition to Obamacare; and continued efforts to investigate the Benghazi attack, among other issues.
Graham has run as many as 12 different ads as he seeks the GOP nomination against six lesser funded opponents in the GOP primary.
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