Donna Campbell released her first television campaign ad Monday. Campbell’s campaign calls the ad "a positive spot," in a state Senate campaign that got ugly leading up to the primary. However, most of the mud was slung by former Railroad Commissioner Elizabeth Ames Jones and incumbent Senator Jeff Wentworth.

The ad, titled "Called to Serve" began airing in Austin and San Antonio Monday morning. In it Campbell, an emergency room doctor, wears a doctor’s coat and speaks to a patient in a hospital bed.

"For too long career politicians have put a band-aid on our state budget. That’s not going to fly," Campbell says in the ad.

Sen. Wentworth also released a TV ad on Monday. Wentworth’s, called "Relentless Problem Solver," is focused on his record in the Texas Senate.

"Jeff Wentworth is constantly fighting for new roads to deal with our exploding population. He hates traffic jams," the ad says.

It goes on to tout his record on the state water crisis, with state Rep. Doug Miller saying various state water agencies are now working together, thanks to Wentoworth.

You can watch both of the ads below.