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Greitens expected to spend thousands on radio ad to make the case for staying in office

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Gov. Eric Greitens is spending an estimated $50,000 on a statewide radio ad buy to make the case for staying in office despite a grand jury accusing him of taking and transmitting a non-consensual photo of a partially nude woman. 

Greitens' political adviser, Austin Chambers, confirmed the ad buy on Wednesday night. 

The governor previously admitted to having the affair but has denied any criminal wrongdoing. 

In recent weeks, Greitens has refused calls from fellow lawmakers to resign. 


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