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  Sen. Conrad to begin airing ad for 2012
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Last EditedJ.R.  Jan 10, 2011 10:01am
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News DateSaturday, January 8, 2011 04:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionEven though he’s not officially seeking re-election yet, North Dakota Democratic incumbent Sen. Kent Conrad plans to begin airing his first campaign ad of the 2012 Senate race next week.

The ad will defend Conrad’s record against out-of-state interests that are pouring money into North Dakota’s radio stations 22 months before the election.

Liberal and conservative groups have shelled out at least $90,000 this week to launch their radio campaigns for and against Conrad, The Washington Post reported Friday.

But despite dollars being spent, there aren’t any declared candidates for the 2012 Senate race.

Election Day 2012 is still 668 days away. As of Friday, Conrad had not committed to running for another term.
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