Ag Commissioner candidate Baxter Troutman is going on TV through the August primary, using personal wealth to challenge Republican primary rivals."This ad buy has been part of our strategy since day one — and will be the first of several," the former Republican state representative tells the Tampa Bay Times .There's $1.6 million behind the ad, according to the campaign, which is almost entirely funded by Troutman."We're planning on making the differences between these candidates crystal clear. Baxter's spent a lifetime working in citrus and cattle — while simultaneously running a very successful business," campaign manager Carlo Fassi said in a statement."While our opponents have spent the last decade in the legislature, he's been finding jobs for 50,000 Floridians. The choice in this race is clear, and Baxter Troutman's undoubtedly the most qualified."The Winter Haven Republican faces a GOP primary that includes Reps. Denise Grimsley and Matt Caldwell.