If Jeffery Alan Wagner wants to distinguish himself from the pack of nearly three-dozen Minneapolis mayoral candidates, his just-released campaign ad may have done the trick.

Jeff Wagner, Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate, Releases Interesting Campaign Ad

Image source: Jeff Wagner/YouTube

It features Wagner emerging from the water in ultra-tight swim trunks and then offering rather to-the-point promises to voters, dripping wet and none too pleased with the political status quo:

“Over a million dollars is gonna be spent to become the mayor of Minneapolis, a $100,000-a-year job. You’re not the one’s that are deciding who you vote for — the media and the money is,” he says. “I’m cool with making $100,000 a year. I will not take money from the developers; I will not take money from the political angle. I will not even go to the strip clubs anymore. Wake the f**k up! I’m Jeff Wagner, and I approve this message.”

Jeff Wagner, Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate, Releases Interesting Campaign Ad

(Image source: Jeff Wagner/Facebook)

Jeff Wagner, Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate, Releases Interesting Campaign Ad

(Image source: Jeff Wagner/YouTube)

Wagner’s background (and current day job, for that matter) is unclear. He is apparently involved with a modern-rock music channel on YouTube called MRTC TV. But his campaign’s Facebook page indicates he works at Taco Bell at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport:

Jeff Wagner, Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate, Releases Interesting Campaign Ad

(Image source: Jeffrey Wagner/Facebook)

And it appears Wagner is having a little trouble being taken seriously in his quest for the mayoral seat…

Jeff Wagner, Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate, Releases Interesting Campaign Ad

(Image source: Jeffrey Wagner/Facebook)

…he nevertheless seems undeterred.

“But again a mayor debate tonight and no invite,” he posted on his Facebook page. “Not pleased. Please click on this story and subscribe to our You Tube channel. We will be using that as a main avenue of telling our story about our campaign. Thank you.”

Check out Wagner’s campaign ad from his YouTube page:

(H/T: Buzzfeed)