Republican Cheryl Bly-Chester, a candidate for the 4th Assembly District special election, hit the airwaves today with a pair of new radio spots.
The two ads, which will run across the district for the next month, highlight the environmental consultant's professional ties to the district and experience as a single mother of three children, saying she has the "know-how and determination to protect our jobs."
Bly-Chester, a 2003 gubernatorial recall candidate, is running in a crowded field of candidates seeking to replace Roseville Republican Ted Gaines, who was elected to the state Senate earlier this month. Candidates include Republicans Beth Gaines, John Allard, Rob Matthews, Michael Babich and Mike O'Connor and Democrat Dennis J. Campanale.
Candidates will vie in a March 8 "top two" style primary election. If no candidate wins more than 50 percent of the vote, the two top vote-getters will face off in a May 3 run-off.