Monday, July 13, 2009

Advertising Goes Negative Early In Governor's Race

When Chris Christie testified to Congress about agreements he brokered as U.S. attorney allowing companies to avoid criminal trials, the GOP gubernatorial challenger hoped to put the issue to rest. When Gov. Jon Corzine signed a $29 billion state budget that increased taxes and cut property tax rebates, he hoped the recessionary spending plan was behind him. Television and radio ads and web videos from both campaigns indicate those themes won't be retired anytime soon, however, as both camps attempt to exploit vulnerabilities they see in their opponent. Read full article here.

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