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TV Ads: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

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(May 14, 2014) - Beginning today, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire has started airing television advertisements in New Hampshire State Senate Districts 3, 16, and 24, which are represented by Senators Jeb Bradley, David Boutin, and Nancy Stiles respectively.

 

The initial cable buys are steady, significant, and will run into June.

 

The three ads can be viewed below:

 

Sen. Bradley, Wolf in Sheep's Clothing TV Spot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VqfLKIbzWg


Sen. Boutin, Wolf in Sheep's Clothing TV Spot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARxd2r-FjcY

Sen. Stiles, Wolf in Sheep's Clothing TV Spot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQSTcYuQbYQ

 

Yesterday, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire announced it had begun radio advertisements in New Hampshire State Senate Districts 3, 16, and 24 as well.  Those can be viewed HERE in our release from yesterday.

 

In response to both the television and radio advertisements, Michael Biundo of Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire released the following statement: 
 
"Senators Jeb Bradley, David Boutin, and Nancy Stiles have consistently tried to pull the wool over their constituents' eyes. They pretend to be conservative, but they have voted like liberal Democrats on important issues such as Obamacare's Medicaid expansion. 
 
"To make matters worse, Senator Bradley is attempting to limit groups like Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire from educating Granite Staters on the true nature of our representatives' records with the passage of Senate Bill 120. He hopes that by silencing organizations like ours, he can continue to be a wolf in sheep's clothing and provide cover for individuals like Senator Boutin and Senator Stiles who even voted to increase our state's gas tax by 23%. That's wrong. New Hampshire residents deserve to know the truth about their legislators' voting records.  Our elected officials, whether they are in Concord or on Capitol Hill, understand that we will praise them when they vote for policies that limit government, cut taxes, and grow the economy - but when they vote contrary to those ideals like Senators Bradley, Boutin and Stiles have done, we have no qualms about criticizing them either."
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