FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Tom Kise
September 9, 2010
JACKSON, TENN. – The 60 Plus Association, nationally recognized as the conservative alternative to the liberal AARP, today launched its second round of ads in Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District. The organization will spend another $485,000 in the district on television and web ads that target Roy Herron’s record.
“Health reform, like the Roy Herron-supported TennCare, degraded health care for thousands of Tennesseans,” said Jim Martin, Chairman of the 60 Plus Association. “Many seniors will lose the coverage they enjoy and will be forced into a one-size-fits-all option that they don’t want. Legislators in Washington didn’t listen to Tennessee physicians; they didn’t listen to Tennessee seniors. Our seniors simply can’t afford to send someone else to Washington who won’t listen when Tennessee says, ‘No!'”
The 60 Plus ad began airing on August 6. The initial buy was priced at nearly $250,000. The second 60 Plus ad in the district will begin airing on September 9.
A full transcript of the television ad can be found below or a video of the ad can be found by clicking here.
– TRANSCRIPT –
DR. TAMMY SHIELDS:
There’s a huge disconnect between the liberals in Washington and the people in Tennessee.
Career politician Roy Herron wants to join Nancy Pelosi. But Tennessee can’t afford Pelosi’s liberal agenda: A trillion-dollar government health care plan; $500 billion in Medicare cuts; And huge deficits.
The Obama-Pelosi agenda is disastrous for the people of Tennessee.
Vote “No” on Pelosi’s policies – and “No” on Roy Herron.
60 Plus Association is responsible for the content of this advertising.
The 60 Plus Association is an 18-year-old nonpartisan organization working for death tax repeal, saving Social Security, affordable prescription drugs, lowering energy costs and other issues featuring a less government, less taxes approach as well as a strict adherence to the Constitution. 60 Plus calls on support from nearly 5.5 million citizen activists. 60 Plus publishes a magazine, SENIOR VOICE, and a Scorecard, bestowing awards on lawmakers of both parties who vote “pro-senior.” 60 Plus has been called, “an increasingly influential senior citizen’s group” and since 1992 “the conservative alternative to the AARP.”