Not Exactly Brownmail

Liberal advocacy group Americans United for Change spent a whopping $13,000 (reportedly) on a Boston-area television campaign aimed at pressuring Sen. Scott Brown (D-Scott Brown) into voting to end the GOP filibuster of Pres. Obama’s jobs bill.

The TV spot:

Here at the Global Worldwide Headquarters of Campaign Outsider the question du jour is: Just what did the Changeniks get for their 13 large?


1) How many Massachusetts voters actually did what the TV spot urged:

Call Senator Brown. Tell him: Keep your promise to stand with us and create jobs for Massachusetts.

2) Will we see Americans United for Change also run TV spots poking Brown when the jobs bill goes to the Senate floor for a final vote?

The hardworking staff is standing by, waiting for return phone calls from the Changeniks and the junior senator.

We’ll keep you posted.

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2 Responses to Not Exactly Brownmail

  1. Steve says:

    I saw the ad a couple of times on MSNBC Tuesday night… more than 24 hours AFTER the vote to end the filibuster was taken.

  2. Steve Stein says:

    I did. But I saw the ad on the internet, not on the TV. Was the $13K for production, air time or both?

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