Oct 02, 2012
DCCC Releases Ad Slamming Congresswoman Biggert for 30 Year Political Career
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee today launched an Independent Expenditure TV ad revealing how Congresswoman Judy Biggert looked out for herself instead of Illinois middle class families over her 30 year political career. The DCCC’s TV ad, “Bankroll,” highlights how Congresswoman Biggert voted to give herself nine pay raises, but supported ending the Medicare guarantee and making seniors pay more for their health care. The DCCC’s first ad against Congresswoman Biggert starts running today.
Script of DCCC IE AD “Bankroll”:
…tax cuts for the wealthy and pay raises for Judy Biggert?
After thirty years in politics, Judy Biggert isn’t on our side.
She left the middle class behind, voting to bankroll tax cuts for the wealthy...
…by removing Medicare’s promise and increasing costs for us
With nine votes to raise her own pay, no wonder Biggert’s looking out for the wealthy.
Illinois can’t afford Judy Biggert.
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