Images of Petro, Ohio's attorney general, and his wife, Nancy, are interspersed with lacy flashes of wedding rings, birth certificates and the Holy Bible as he tells viewers: "Our worship and our faith gives me the opportunity to make decisions that are more effective for people."
The reader adds that the ad begins with the candidate, in voice-over, saying "What does God ask of us?"
God asks me to run the other way. There's a big burgeoning mega-church/emergent church/evangelical population in Ohio. They put things like this up along I-75:
But there are still a lot of Catholics, to whom religion is quite important, but to whom statements like Petro's scream, "Evangelical who's going to steal my teens and put up ugly statues on the interstate." So, I'm not sure how this is going to work.