Tag: commercial

No thanks, Audi, I don’t need you to champion my rights

German automaker Audi chose to get political in its Super Bowl ad, advocating equal pay for women. It backfired. The spot featured a young girl competing against her male counterparts in a downhill soapbox car derby, with her father’s voice-over: Read More

An Hour of Wolves

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here come the wolves, Save Jerseyans. They’re howling and hungry because they smell blood in the snow and, of course, the blood is Republican red. On the heels of what was almost certainly the worst Read More

Team Christie Drops 10th TV Spot

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie is bring his vastly superior financial resources to bear against the hapless Barbara Buono (BWOH’-noh), Save Jerseyans, while simultaneously trying to expand the legislative map in North and Central Jersey. His latest paid media, Read More

Bloomberg’s Ludicrous Booker Ad

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D-NYC) must take Rick Shaftan’s polling a little more seriously than our new friend Stu Rothenberg, Save Jerseyans. His PAC is launching a major $1 million television ad buy in support of Read More

New Christie TV Ad: “Compassion”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The latest TV commercial in this month’s Christie paid media blitz focuses on the incumbent’s landmark “drug court” legislation which he signed into law in July 2012: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lt9bzMArMVs The Governor has consistently supported penal reform Read More

Stahl Latest GOP Hopeful to Launch TV Ad

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog One thing that already distinguishes this legislative election cycle from recent years is the volume of GOP contenders taking to the TV airwaves relatively early in the fall, Save Jerseyans. The latest is David Stahl Read More

New Christie TV Ad: “They Said”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie’s first TV spot of the general election is live, Save Jerseyans, and it’s a lot like what we’ve seen already: a positive, well-produced reminder of both (1) what he inherited and (2) Read More