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Maura Healey New TV Campaign

By Charlotte Robinson, August 26, 2014
Massachusetts Attorney General candidate Maura Healey has unveiled her first TV campaign ad. The ad highlights Maura as the only candidate with real experience for the job & furthers the campaign’s narrative of the choice between the people’s advocate & just another Beacon Hill politician. The ad will be running statewide on both Boston & Springfield TV stations & the campaign will have ads on the air through primary Election Day in two weeks on September 9th. Healey stated, “This campaign comes down to a clear choice & I’m thrilled we’re able to highlight that with our first ad. The Attorney General is the people’s lawyer, not just another Beacon Hill politician & this ad shows that choice through the touch fights we were able to take on in the Attorney General’s office & in what I’ll do as Attorney General.” The 30-second spot starts with the announcer stating, “When you’re a 5’4 pro basketball player, you learn to take on the big guys. But for Maura Healey, the toughest fights were protecting consumers. When big banks took advantage of homeowners, Maura sued them. When women’s health care was threatened, Maura protected our rights.” Then Maura adds, “The big guys have plenty of lawyers, the Attorney General’s job is to fight for the rest of us.” Then the announcer concludes, “The only Democrat with experience in the courtroom, as a prosecutor & as a civil rights attorney. Maura Healey, for Attorney General.” This is an historic campaign with Healey being the first openly gay candidate for Massachusetts AG. Join Maura for a fabulous fundraiser in Provincetown on Friday August 29th from 5:30P to 7:30P at Sage Lounge. See You There!
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1 comment:

Marilyn said...

I think it is a strong out-of-the-gate overview of Maura.

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