American Action Network Launches New Ad in Duluth As Part of Additional $1 Million Campaign
$1 Million in final weeks for Television and Digital Advertising Campaign Against Against Rick Nolan
WASHINGTON – The American Action Network released today a new ad as part of an additional $1 million television and digital ad campaign in Minnesota's 8th congressional district. The candidate advocacy ad, “Standing,” highlights Rick Nolan's radical enviromental positions effect on local jobs. “Standing” will air on television in the Duluth media market and will be accompanied by a significant paid digital advocacy campaign. This is part of a recently-announced October ad campaign and comes in addition to the $700,00 AAN has spent in Minneapolis and Duluth.
“Rick Nolan has chosen ideology over jobs for Minnesotans,” said AAN Spokeswoman Brook Hougesen. “8th district families need more jobs, not more bureaucracy.”
Watch “Standing” here or by clicking the image. Read the script below.
EPA bureaucrats and reckless regulations are standing in the way of Polymet and almost 500 new jobs.
Standing behind the EPA's regulations, radical rick Nolan.
These rules and regulations are not job killers.
Nolan opposed the bill that could fast track mining permits and Nolan's pushing higher taxes on small businesses – destroying 700,000 jobs.
Defeat radical Rick Nolan, a job killing politician we can't afford.
American Action Network is responsible for the content of this advertising.
The American Action Network is a 501(c)(4) 'action tank' that creates, encourages and promotes center-right policies based on the principles of freedom, limited government, American exceptionalism, and strong national security. The American Action Network's primary goal is to put our center-right ideas into action by engaging the hearts and minds of the American people and spurring them into action to advance our center-right policy agenda. The Network is chaired by former Senator Norm Coleman (MN) and its board includes Fred Malek, former Congressman Tom Reynolds (NY), and former Congressman Vin Weber (MN).