Three New Ads From House Majority PAC Continue Drumbeat On Out Of Touch GOP Candidates In IL-12, MA-06, NY-01
October 25, 2012
THREE NEW ADS FROM HOUSE MAJORITY PAC CONTINUE DRUMBEAT ON OUT OF TOUCH GOP CANDIDATES IN IL-12, MA-06, NY-01
Washington, D.C. – House Majority PAC today rolled out three new TV ads in IL-12, MA-06 and NY-01 hitting Republican candidates for being out of touch with mainstream values.
IL-12 – “Our Choice” presents the choice for voters in Illinois’ 12th District between Republican Jason Plummer, who backs lower taxes on big corporations and millionaires paid for by ending the Medicare guarantee and forcing seniors to pay more, and Democrat Bill Enyart, who believes in protecting Medicare and lowering taxes on small businesses. The spot begins running today and will air in Paducah through election day as part of a $125,000 buy.
MA-06 – “False Start” shows just how out of touch Richard Tisei is with Massachusetts voters. After all, Tisei called the Tea Party agenda to end Medicare as we know it in order to finance another tax break for millionaires “a good starting point” and even said the Tea Party was a “godsend.” The ad will run in Boston for a week beginning today as part of a $320,000 buy.
NY-01 – “Person” hits outsourcing pioneer Randy Altschuler for making outlandish and out of touch claims. Altschuler argued he’s concerned about creating jobs on Long Island but his company helped outsource American jobs. Altschuler said his company had a Long Island office but Newsday reported that no one works there. And, showing exactly how out of step Altschuler is, he even said about workers outside the United States, “In India, you get a much higher standard of person.” “Person” begins airing today on cable systems in New York and will run through election day as part of a $500,000 buy.