|By Todd Spangler, Detroit Free Press|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
No Republican has won a
If the race remains close, it could attract millions more in outside money as Republicans target the seat as they try to take control of the
Peters' ads set out to introduce him to a statewide audience and establish for voters his family's
The ads also introduce Peters' wife, Colleen, and talk about Peters' parents, his children and his service in the Navy Reserve. One of the ads runs 30 seconds; the other, 1 minute.
"My wife Colleen and I want to be able to give our own kids what our parents gave us: the chance to do a little better," Peters says in one of the ads. "I approve this message because I believe
In the other ad, Peters' wife describes him as "pretty much a typical
The first ad is set to be previewed during the
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