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Energy Issues Focus of New Crossroads GPS TV Issue Ad in Colorado

Spot Urges Senator Mark Udall to Stop the “Energy Squeeze” on Colorado’s Middle Class 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) launched an issue advocacy ad spotlighting energy issues affecting Colorado’s economy and urging Senator Mark Udall to support policies that will “stop the squeeze on Colorado’s middle class.”

The new spot, which can be viewed here, will air in Colorado Springs and Denver for a total buy of $460,000 beginning on July 22.

 “Whether it is a carbon tax that would lead to higher electricity prices or the construction of the job-creating Keystone pipeline, it’s important that Coloradans have an opportunity to speak out about America’s energy economy,” said Crossroads GPS communications director Paul Lindsay. “Senator Udall has not always been willing to speak publicly about these issues, but his voting record on energy policy is putting a squeeze on Colorado’s middle class. To stop this squeeze on Colorado’s middle class, this ad urges Senator Udall to support construction of the Keystone Pipeline and S. 2414.”

Crossroads GPS Launches New TV Issue Ad in Colorado on Energy/Keystone XL Pipeline

New Spot Urges Senator Mark Udall to “Support Keystone and Create Jobs.” 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) launched an issue advocacy ad spotlighting energy issues affecting Colorado’s economy and urging Senator Mark Udall to support construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

The new spot “Good Start,” which can be viewed here, will air in Denver for a total buy of $460,000 beginning on July 8. 

“Senator Udall calls recent proposed regulations on American energy a ‘good start,’ but a better start would be for him to support construction of the Keystone XL pipeline and the over forty thousand jobs that would come with it,” said Crossroads GPS communications director Paul Lindsay. “These issues affect middle-class Coloradans, and our ad gives them the opportunity to learn how to make their voices heard.”

Crossroads GPS Launches TV Issue Ad “Struggle” in Arkansas

“Tell Mark Pryor: Arkansas Families Can’t Afford Obamacare. Repeal It” 

WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a new issue ad that highlights how Arkansas families are struggling with higher premiums and Medicare cuts that are part of Obamacare.

The new spot, which can be viewed here, will air in Arkansas for a total buy of over $435,000 starting on Tuesday, July 8.  

“It’s bad enough that Arkansas families are struggling with the higher costs of Obamacare, but Senator Pryor and Washington politicians added insult to injury when they voted to allow taxpayer-funded subsidies for themselves,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Since Pryor was a deciding vote for Obamacare, Arkansans should let him know they oppose it.”

New Crossroads GPS Issue Ad in North Carolina Spotlights Obamacare’s Effect on Small Businesses

Senator Kay Hagan Claimed Obamacare Would Benefit Small Businesses But the Opposite Has Occurred

 WASHINGTON – Today, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (Crossroads GPS) announced a new issue ad that will run for one week on TV highlighting the devastating effect Obamacare is having on North Carolina small businesses.

 The new ad will air in North Carolina as part of a total buy of $3,550,000 that started on Tuesday, May 20.  The spot can be viewed here.

 

“North Carolina’s small businesses are struggling under Obamacare’s regulations and rising costs,” said Paul Lindsay, communications director for Crossroads GPS. “Since Senator Hagan cast the deciding vote for the law, she should be at the forefront in reversing the devastating consequences it is inflicting on North Carolina families.”