A conservative PAC is making a six-figure ad buy in Ohio exposing Barack Obama and Senator Sherrod Brown’s hostility to the coal industry.
Ohio coal miners support Mitt Romney.
Hundreds of coal miners and their families stand in line while waiting to attend a rally at the Century Mine near Beallsville, Ohio, for Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012. (I’m 41)
Conservative PAC Ending Spending Action Fund will run the ad in Ohio this week.
President Barack Obama and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) have been hostile toward the coal industry, and the Ending Spending Action Fund will run a television commercial throughout targeted areas in Ohio that will expose said hostility.
The commercial, entitled “Energy Ohio,” powerfully tells the story of how coal fueled America’s rise to greatness but is now doing the same for foreign countries like China.
“America is the Saudi Arabia of coal, but Barack Obama and Sherrod Brown are standing in her way,” the narrator says in the commercial.
Ending Spending Action Fund, the Super PAC founded by Joe Ricketts, the co-founder of TD Ameritrade, is making a six-figure ad buy to make sure the ad will be seen until election day.
Ending Spending Action Fund is an independent organization that proudly supports candidates regardless of party affiliation who favor enhancing free enterprise, reducing the size of government, and balancing our nation’s budget.
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