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Cryans For Executive Council #1 - TV Time 

Dear Friend --

Did you just see Mike's ad play on WMUR this morning? If not make sure you see it here: 

With just a couple days until Election Day on Tuesday, Mike wants to play this on WMUR as much as possible to remind voters of this important election, but we need your help to do that. Do you think you could chip in $25, $50, or $100 today so mike's campaign can play this on WMUR up until Election Day.  
It's going to take all of us working together to make sure Mike is successful on Tuesday. Think you can help out with an investment in the campaign today?
Thanks again for everything you are doing, 



In Final Ad of Campaign, Hassan Addresses Voters on Plan to Move NH Forward 

MANCHESTER – Democratic candidate for Governor Maggie Hassan’s campaign released its final television advertisement today.  The new ad, “Pathfinder,” highlights Hassan’s plan to grow the economy, spur job creation, and keep New Hampshire moving forward.

Addressing voters directly, Hassan lays out the clear choice in this election, saying she will move New Hampshire “forward, on the path Governor Lynch has set,” while promising that she “won’t let anyone’s radical ideas drag us backwards.”  Hassan focuses on the economy, pledging to “balance the budget and veto a sales or income tax,” and noting that her jobs plan will “help businesses innovate and create jobs.”

The ad also highlights several important endorsements from around the state, including Governor John Lynch, the Nashua Telegraph, and the Portsmouth Herald.

The full ad can be found on Hassan’s YouTube page:


Gov Johnson For President - The TV ads that will make history




11 days to make history!



Since Monday, Governor Johnson has held events and made appearances in Los Angeles, Chicago, South Bend, Indianapolis and Las Vegas.  He has done dozens of media interviews, and shaken hundreds, if not thousands, of hands.



It is show time for a Liberty movement that is packing rallies on campuses across the country, finally getting the attention of the mainstream media, and prompting spontaneous sign waves on street corners in every state.  And Governor Johnson will not stop until the last votes have been cast 11 days from now!



And while Governor Johnson and our thousands of grass roots supporters are mounting the final push to Election Day, your contributions have allowed us to put powerful 30 second TV spots on the air in key markets across the country.  If you haven’t seen them, go to and take a look.  The ads began running last evening, and with your help, will continue right through election day.  You can make sure they keep running by going to today and making a contribution that will go directly to putting more spots on the air.



Those TV spots, along with our wonderful grassroots teams, are the key in these final days of the campaign, and here’s why: While we obviously cannot compete with the hundreds of millions of dollars being spent by Romney and Obama and their special interest friends, the media buys we are making are what will push Liberty to at least 5% of the vote total on Election Day



You understand as well as we do that tens of millions of Americans are much more aligned with Governor Johnson’s philosophy, positions on issues, and belief in small government than they are with the big-government Romney and Obama.  The challenge in these last 11 days is to remind those voters that Governor Johnson is the alternative they are looking for.  Our TV ads will be that reminder – if we can buy enough advertising time.   Whether we can do so is, frankly, up to you.  Your contribution at will make the difference.



Why is it critical that Governor Johnson and his message of Liberty achieve at least 5% of the vote?  The answer is simple.  That is the percentage that secures our status as a major third party in elections to come.  5% literally changes the landscape of American politics, and dislodges the stranglehold the Democrats and Republicans have on both the political process and the worn-out policies of big government and endless war that process has given us.



Polls all across the country show Governor Johnson to be REALLY close to that 5% mark.  Our advertising will make the difference – if we have the funding to not only keep our ads on the air, but increase them to reach more markets and more voters.



There is no time to lose.  We are writing checks every day for more advertising, and how much we can buy depends entirely upon how much our great supporters – such as you – can contribute.  PLEASE go to today and keep Governor Johnson’s message in front of the voters.    We know that, when they hear his message, they respond.  It is all a matter of how many voters we can reach.



The signs are up, the bumper stickers are out, the phone calls are being made, and Governor Johnson is personally reaching as many voters as is humanly possible.  The “wild card” is the TV advertising, and that is in your hands.



As we enter the final week of the campaign, please help make sure our momentum keeps building.  Talk to your friends and neighbors, wave a sign on a street corner, and yes, go to and make a contribution that will go immediately to put more ads on the air.



Governor Johnson reminded me today how grateful he is for the amazing support and friendship of thousands of individuals like you.  And he reminded me how far we have come in putting personal freedom, small government and nonintervention on the nation’s agenda. 



We have a lot of work to do in the next 11 days to finish the job – and we can’t let up now.



Thank you!

Ron Nielson

Senior Advisor/ Campaign Manager

Governor Gary Johnson  



P.S.  The response so far to our TV ads is fantastic.  Even the news media is taking notice.  Go to and help us reach even more voters.



U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte Voices Support for Ovide in New Radio Spot

Manchester, NH – The Ovide for Governor campaign today released its newest radio ad “One of Us,” featuring U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte.
In the sixty second spot, Sen. Ayotte says, “I’m supporting Ovide Lamontagne because we need a governor who will fight taxes and hold the line on spending.  Unlike his opponent, Ovide as been a strong voice in the fight against tax increases, when he says he will veto a sales or income tax, you know he means it.”
“As Sen. Ayotte notes in the spot, ‘tax increases and out of control spending have ruined other states, wiping out jobs and opportunity,’ and we know electing a big government tax, borrow, spend, and regulate liberal like Maggie Hassan will put New Hampshire on the same path,” said Lamontagne spokesman Tom Cronin.  “Ovide is honored to have Sen. Ayotte’s support in this race and he looks forward to working with her over the next two weeks to talk with voters about his vision for the future and how it contrasts with the damage another two years of Maggie Hassan will do to our economy.”
“One of Us” began running on radio statewide today.  You can listen to the spot here:


Romney For President - New Romney TV Ad: "Apology Tour" 

Boston, MA – Today, Romney for President released a new television advertisement titled “Apology Tour.” After taking office, President Obama went on an apology tour around the world. He even said that America had dictated to other nations. Mr. President, America doesn’t dictate to other nations; we have freed other nations from dictators.

To View “Apology Tour,” Please See

AD FACTS: Script For “Apology Tour”:

VIDEO TEXT: “In 2009, President Obama Began An Apology Tour Around The World”

MITT ROMNEY: “[T]he President began … an apology tour, of going to various nations … and criticizing America. I think they looked at that and saw weakness.”

        MITT ROMNEY: “And then the President began what I have called an apology tour, of going to various nations in the Middle East and criticizing America. I think they looked at that and saw weakness.” (U.S. Presidential Debate, Boca Raton, FL, 10/22/12)

MITT ROMNEY: “[T]he reason I call it an apology tour … you went to the Middle East and you flew to Egypt and to Saudi Arabia and to Turkey and Iraq. And … you skipped Israel, our closest friend in the region ....”

        MITT ROMNEY: “Number two, Mr. President, the reason I call it an apology tour is because you went to the Middle East and you flew to Egypt and to Saudi Arabia and to Turkey and Iraq. And by the way, you skipped Israel, our closest friend in the region, but you went to the other nations.” (U.S. Presidential Debate, Boca Raton, FL, 10/22/12)

VIDEO TEXT: “As President, Barack Obama Has Yet To Visit Israel”

MITT ROMNEY: “You said that … America had dictated to other nations. Mr. President, America has not dictated to other nations. We have freed other nations from dictators.”

        MITT ROMNEY: “You said that on occasion America had dictated to other nations. Mr. President, America has not dictated to other nations. We have freed other nations from dictators.” (U.S. Presidential Debate, Boca Raton, FL, 10/22/12)

MITT ROMNEY: “I’m Mitt Romney and I approved this message.”