New Television Ad Campaign Promotes Christie’s Education Agenda

The Committee for Our Children’s Future (CCF), a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization, is launching a $1.5 million-dollar television campaign in both the New York and Philadelphia markets to support Governor Christie’s education reform agenda.

Watch:

Here’s the “Mess” Ad script if you can’t listen for whatever reason:

VO: For years politicians have run amuck in Trenton. And cleaning up their mess hasn’t been easy…
SUPER: “MORE SPENDING” “DEBT” “HIGHER TAXES”
(“UNEMPLOYMENT” “RECKLESS SPENDING”)

VO: Governor Chris Christie and bipartisan reformers:
The most job growth in 11 years.
SUPER: Christie and reformers
Most job growth in 11 years

VO: Millions in new education funding.
SUPER: Christie and reformers
Millions in education funding.

VO: Two budgets, balanced.
SUPER Christie and reformers
Two balanced budgets

VO: Christie and reformers are working to strengthen our economy, improve education AND cut income taxes for ALL New Jersey families.
SUPER: Christie and reformers
Strengthen economy
Improve education
Cut income taxes

VO: Join our reform movement. Because cleaning up is never easy.
But it’s worth it.

SUPER: Join Us www.forourkidsfuture.com

ON SCREEN DISCLAIMER: PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE FOR OUR CHILDRENS FUTURE.

CCF is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization that describes itself as “dedicated to educating the public about policies that will enhance the lives of taxpayers, families and children. Among its priorities are to inform the public about short- and long- term policies that reduce and restructure government costs, prioritize how tax dollars are spent, and ensure that today’s leaders are making decisions to help create a brighter future for the next generation.”

You can visit forourkidsfuture.com for more information.

 

Matt Rooney

Matt Rooney

Save Jersey’s Founder and Blogger-in-Chief, Matt Rooney is a widely-respected New Jersey political commentator, practicing attorney at the law firm of DeMichele & DeMichele in Haddon Heights, and a graduate of the Rutgers Camden School of Law.

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