ATLANTA - Secretary of State Brian Kemp, one of several Republicans running for governor, released his first campaign commercial earlier this week, promising to arrest and deport illegal immigrants who have committed a crime.
Kemp's campaign said the commercial, entitled "Track and Deport," highlights "Kemp's record on fighting and winning against the Obama Justice Department and left wing groups attempting to undermine Georgia's elections.
The 30-second spot, which you can watch below, also highlights, according to the campaign, "Kemp's commitment to securing the border, defunding sanctuary cities, and tracking criminal aliens for immediate deportation."
Kemp is running for governor along with Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, state Sen. Michael Williams, former Navy SEAL Clay Tippins and former state Sen. Hunter Hill.
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