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Monday, November 14, 2011

 5:28 PM 

Walker campaign ad to air during Packer game


Gov. Scott Walker's campaign is planning to begin airing a TV ad tonight during the Monday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings.

The ad features a mother and current school board member who describes what she sees as the positive results of Walker's budget reforms.

The ad closes with these words from Walker: "I'm committed to working together to create more jobs, to improve our schools, and to protect our seniors. You know, Wisconsin's best days are yet to come. It won't happen overnight, but we are on our way."

Read the press release
AD SCRIPT

Karin, Mother and School Board Member:

We were worried when the state budget meant there was going to be less money for our school district, and we have 25 schools.

But Governor Walker – he gave us options that reduced our biggest costs so that we could put more money back into our classrooms.


Governor Walker:

"I'm committed to working together to create more jobs, to improve our schools, and to protect our seniors. You know, Wisconsin's best days are yet to come. It won't happen overnight, but we are on our way."

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