Crossroads GPS Launches $4.2 Million Issue Advocacy Push in Four States

Buys made in Florida, Montana, New Mexico, and Ohio; ads continue to promote New Majority Agenda

WASHINGTON –Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies (GPS) today announced four new TV issue ads in Florida, Montana, New Mexico, and Ohio backed by a $4.2 million total buy.  The spots are part of the group’s ongoing effort to encourage support of the New Majority Agenda.

The new ads start today on broadcast and cable networks in the four states.  They can be viewed using the links below:

  • The Florida ad, titled “Suffered, “ can be viewed here.
  • The Montana ad, titled “Get Up,” can be viewed here.
  • The New Mexico ad, titled “More Martin Spending,“ can be viewed here.
  • The Ohio ad, titled “Channel,” can be viewed here. 

“Crossroads is keeping the pressure on Washington  to quit the massive spending and stop the government’s disastrous health care takeover,” said Nate Hodson, Crossroads GPS Director of State and Regional Media Relations.  “These spots encourage citizens push for the practical solutions found in the New Majority Agenda.” 

The ads encourage viewers to support the “New Majority Agenda,” which includes planks on reducing the national debt and health care.  For more information about the six major policy initiatives detailed in the plan, visit