TRENTON’S BAD BET ANNOUNCES NEW TV AD CALLING ATTENTION TO STATE’S CONTINUED BROKEN PROMISES
For Immediate Release: September 20, 2016
In Ad, Residents Voice Concerns About Trenton’s Pattern Of Failure On Property Taxes & Bailing Out Special Interests
Newark, NJ – Trenton’s Bad Bet today launched a new television ad called “Broken Promises” which highlights the state’s broken promises, and the worries New Jersey voters have over the lack of transparency and details for the proposed casino expansion. The ad features two women discussing their concerns about voters being left in the dark over key details on who would build the casinos, where they would be constructed and even the tax rates for the North Jersey casinos. The ad also highlights the potential bailout for special interests, property tax increases and increased traffic due to Trenton’s pattern of failure.
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I’ve had it with broken promises from Trenton politicians.
Property taxes and traffic get worse every year.
Bringing casinos to North Jersey is another bad deal.
Don’t let Trenton gamble with our future.
Rich special interests win, we lose.
Trenton won’t even say where the casinos will be built.
We’ll have no say.
We’ll get stuck with the bill again.
I’ve voting no on the North Jersey casinos.
North Jersey casinos are a bad bet. I’m voting no, you should too.
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About Trenton’s Bad Bet:
Trenton’s Bad Bet is a diverse collection of concerned New Jersey community leaders, unions, businesses and residents that will work to oppose the New Jersey Casino Referendum that seeks to expand gaming into North Jersey.