California Democratic candidate for governor Jerry Brown finally goes up on the air, just in time for the final stretch.
Meg Whitman, the GOP nominee, has already spent $100 million of her own money on the California gubernatorial race. Brown on the other hand has saved his money.
Advisors to Brown alluded to the fact that they would always wait until very late in the race to hit the airwaves because of Meg's overwhelming monetary advantage.
The democratic candidate has a long history of holding political office California - he was governor from 1975-1983, secretary of state, and is currently the state's attorney general. He's tried to use his name recognition in the golden state to remain competitive.
The new ad largely focuses on economic issues and tries to establish a case for Brown's fiscal accomplishments from his previous posts.
Whitman's campaign released a fact check to Brown's ad.
The release stated in part, "After 40 years in politics protecting the status quo, it's no surprise that Jerry Brown is kicking off his campaign with a misleading historic renovation of his own record."
The two candidates will face off in a debate on September 24.
You can watch Brown's new ad here.
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Jake Gibson is a producer working at the Fox News Washington bureau who covers politics, law enforcement and intelligence issues.