"He'll drive five miles on empty, just to save two cents a gallon," Kingston's son Jack said.
Later in the ad Jack said that for his dad "it's about personal responsibility and respecting the value of a dollar."
"He'll be the same way in the Senate," Kingston's daughter Ann said.
Some of the most negative coverage of Kingston in the Georgia Senate race has focused on spending. In December Kingston suggested poor students should sweep floors to earn their school lunches. An investigation by Georgia's WSAV channel 3 found Kingston had expensed $4,182 worth of lunches to his office over the past three years.
Watch the new ad below:
(H/t: The Hill)
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