State Treasurer Richard Moore is again running television ads for his candidacy for governor.
The Democrat's campaign said Tuesday it started running a television commercial in all major media markets within North Carolina.
The ad highlights Moore's economic stimulus proposal and reminds viewers about his support for an increase in the minimum wage.
Moore's campaign said it stopped running ads in part due to uncertainty over the Democratic presidential primary. Moore's chief Democratic rival, Lt. Gov. Beverly Perdue, also stopped ads for a week.
Moore campaign manager Jay Reiff wouldn't give details on the cost, except that it's a "much heavier" purchase than before. Reiff said in January the campaign was prepared to spend $200,000 a week.
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