You probably don't know who Jeff Barth is. But you'll know more than you ever wanted to know about him by the time you're done watching his latest ad.
For example: he once rode an ostrich; he lived in Washington, D.C. during MLK's "I have a dream" speech; he lived in Germany while the Berlin wall was going up; he "learned chess in Iceland;" he went to five grade schools, five high schools, and four colleges; his kids have "straight teeth;" heck, he even biked 1,000 miles through Great Britain with his church youth group.
Have you done any of that? I doubt it. And that's why Jeff Barth is qualified to run against, and beat, Republican Kristi Noem in South Dakota for a U.S. House seat. Or so he says.
Let's let Jeff take you on a stroll down his dirt road and show you how great he is using a myriad of props:
Take the full, nearly-five-minute walk with Jeff in his campaign video -- you'll even learn where he used to work, what he once did when he got a pay raise, and even how his chess team did last year:
We think Jeff is a Democrat (at least that's what he alludes to in the video). His website doesn't offer much clarification -- but it does remind you that he's been to a lot of schools.
Hot Air wonders if it's the greatest political ad ever. What do you think?