Perry Johnson, a businessman from Metro Detroit is making a big splash in his run for governor of Michigan by starting his $1.5 million ad campaign with a spot in Sunday’s Super Bowl. Let’s read more about Perry Johnson by reading this post.
Who is Perry Johnson?
Johnson is the founder of Perry Johnson Registrars Inc. in Troy, Michigan to perform audits and issue certifications ensuring that other companies’ quality management systems conform to international standards. However, the Michigan state elections bureau disqualified his Republican gubernatorial primary ballot petition because it lacked sufficient valid signatures.
Too many of the signatures he submitted had been forged by paid petition circulators. In the statement, Johnson said, “I proudly supported President Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020 and could very easily support him in 2024.”
If we’re being honest, politicians from both parties have failed to provide adequate solutions to the most pressing problem facing our country: runaway spending and the inflation that came with it.
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Perry Johnson’s Campaign for Governor of Michigan Begins with a Super Bowl ad
Former Michigan gubernatorial candidate and Republican businessman Perry Johnson is forming a presidential exploratory committee and planning to air ads supporting his candidature in the crucial state of Iowa during the Super Bowl ad.
On Thursday, Johnson announced the establishment of his presidential committee paving the way for him to begin soliciting and spending donations. The next few months will see Johnson formally announce his candidature for president of the United States and begin a bus tour of Iowa. “I will be visiting Iowa in the next week,” Johnson said.
Perry Johnson wrote, “Big Announcement Today” in a tweet on his verified account. View the that we have included below.
Big announcement today! pic.twitter.com/ziwoQ2ZuKl
— Perry Johnson (@PJQualityGuru) February 9, 2023
Johnson, a resident of Oakland County self-funded his campaign. Johnson, running for governor in 2022 under the slogan “quality guru” spent millions of dollars on TV ads, including one during the Super Bowl, to promote his campaign.
According to Detroitnews.com, the Republican primary between Johnson and former Detroit Police Chief James Craig, who also failed to make the ballot, was a close one. A statement says Johnson’s new commercial will air in Des Moines, Sioux City, Cedar Falls and the Quad Cities among other Iowa television markets.
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The statement revealed that the total cost of advertising during the Super Bowl was $192,000. More ads will be purchased the following week. Perry Johnson Registrars, Inc. is one of Johnson’s companies and its website indicates that it is involved in the certification and registration sector.
Michigan businessman and former gubernatorial candidate Perry Johnson is forming a presidential exploratory committee and planning to air ads supporting his candidature in the pivotal state of Iowa during the Super Bowl. Mark our website venturejolt.com to receive updates on elections, the president and other latest breaking news.