Latest ad highlights Evers’ vision for Wisconsin

Evers Campaign Announces New Statewide Ad “Time”

September 12, 2018

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MADISON –Tony Evers’ campaign today announced its second television ad for the November gubernatorial election. “Time” highlights Tony’s experience inspiring and educating kids across Wisconsin and prioritizing the important issues facing Wisconsin, including finding a long-term solution to transportation funding, fully funding our public schools, and making health care more accessible and affordable.

“Tony knows that what’s best for our kids is best for our state,” said Evers campaign manager, Maggie Gau. “While Scott Walker is spending millions trying to distract from his record of failure, Tony has a positive vision for the future and believes we must invest in the people of Wisconsin in order to grow our economy and attract twenty-first century jobs. It’s time for a Governor like Tony who will focus on the issues that matter most to Wisconsin families.”

Evers’ ad can be viewed here. “Time” will begin running Wednesday in a six-figure, statewide broadcast buy including a digital component. A full transcript of the ad is below.

“Time” Transcript:

What’s best for our kids is what’s best for Wisconsin. That’s what Tony Evers believes.

Tony knows the best way to prepare kids for twenty-first century jobs and to attract new jobs to our state is to invest in people, not foreign corporations.

As governor, Tony Evers will lower health care costs for families. He’ll rebuild our infrastructure and invest in our schools.

Tony Evers. It’s time for a change and a governor who cares about us.

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