TRENTON’S BAD BET AIRS NEW TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENT HITTING NEGATIVE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CASINO EXPANSION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 17, 2016
With Lost Jobs & Education Cuts Front & Center, Opposition To Question One Builds As Election Day Approaches
Newark, NJ – Trenton’s Bad Bet has launched a new television advertisement highlighting the anticipated negative economic impact expanded casino gaming would bring to New Jersey. The referendum to expand casino gaming into the northern part of the state will be addressed in Question One on the November ballot.
Taking nothing for granted in the final weeks leading up to the November vote, Trenton’s Bad Bet continues to maintain its strong presence on the airwaves with messages highlighting Trenton’s history of broken promises and poor management. The new ad will begin airing on Monday, October 17 in the New York City media market, encouraging residents in New Jersey to vote no on Question One.
For more information about the Trenton’s Bad Bet, or to follow the group’s social channels, make donations, and find other opportunities to get involved, visit the group’s website: www.TrentonsBadBet.org
We can’t trust Trenton politicians on North Jersey casinos.
Here’s what they’re not telling you…
Thirty thousand Jersey jobs gone.
Two billion dollars of economic losses.
Big cuts to our kid’s schools.
Big cuts to our roads and highways.
And big increases in our property taxes.
Don’t let Trenton politicians stick us with another bad deal and another broken promise…
We can’t afford it.
Vote no on North Jersey casinos.
Vote no on Question One.
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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.