A tour of a political ad guru's viral hits for the GOP
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A tour of a political ad guru's viral hits for the GOP

Fred Davis injects Hollywood glamour, and a dose of the bizarre, into the staid, paint-by-numbers formula of campaign advertisements. He has created popular, and effective, ads for such high-profile Republicans as Sen. John McCain, Carly Fiorina and his uncle, Sen. Jim Inhofe. (The Washington Post/Ad footage courtesy Fred Davis)

© 2010 Ad footage courtesy Fred Davis