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Crossroads GPS launches new $6.5 Million TV blitz in Florida
Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies today announced a new $6.5 million television advocacy effort in Florida to, according to a press release, urge the President to address the nation’s out-of-control debt and adopt policies that will rescue the flat-lined economy.
The new ad, called “Excuses,” will air on network television stations in Florida, as well as in Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia next week, and can be viewed here.
The ad is the first wave of a national $25 million advocacy effort starting July 10 and running through early August.
“We’re suffering through one of the weakest economic recoveries in our history, and the only thing President Obama is offering is slogans and excuses,” said Steven Law, President of Crossroads GPS. “Floridians are hungering for practical solutions to our skyrocketing debt and flat-lined economy, and that’s what we are putting forward in our New Majority Agenda.”