Smith expands media buy with new radio ad to compliment
ongoing TV advertising
MANCHESTER – Today, Kevin Smith, Republican candidate for governor, launched his campaign’s second radio advertisement. The new radio ad, titled "Plan,” is part of a substantial and sustained advertising buy on radio stations throughout the state. Smith’s campaign noted that the new 60-second radio spot will compliment his existing cable TV advertising targeting Republican primary voters.
Smith is the only candidate for governor – Republican or Democrat – thus far to advertise on radio or television. The new radio ad begins today and will air on stations across the state. The ad focuses on Kevin Smith's detailed plan to make New Hampshire the most economically competitive state in the country by cutting taxes on small business, lowering health care costs, and reducing electricity rates.
To listen to the ad, please click HERE.
Script for “PLAN”:
Announcer: New Hampshire’s economy is struggling, and empty rhetoric from perennial candidates and career politicians can’t fix it.
Thankfully, Kevin Smith, conservative Republican for Governor has a plan to change that.
Kevin Smith: I’m running for Governor, because I have a real passion to see New Hampshire lead the way in being the most economically competitive state in the country.
Right now, we have one of the highest corporate tax rates, and that puts us at a competitive disadvantage.
Announcer: As Governor, Kevin Smith will help turn our economy around. Kevin has a detailed plan to help create jobs, attract new companies, and give New Hampshire’s small businesses the tools to grow.
Kevin Smith: We can cut taxes on small businesses; allow them to create more jobs. Bring down the costs of health care. Lower the costs of electricity. If we do all of these things, we will be one of the most economically competitive states in the country.
Announcer: Bold, conservative leadership. Kevin Smith, Republican for Governor. Because New Hampshire’s Future Is Now.
Paid for by Kevin Smith for Governor.
Kevin Smith for Governor dot com.