TRENTON’S BAD BET AIRS NEW ADVERTISEMENT HITTING TRENTON FOR HIGH PROPERTY TAXES & BROKEN PROMISES
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 31, 2016
Spot Comes As Opposition To Casino Expansion Continues To Grow Ahead Of November 8 Vote
Newark, NJ – Trenton’s Bad Bet has launched a new advertisement highlighting broken promises from New Jersey politicians and how high property taxes are putting a strain on families. The new ad encourages residents to vote no on casino expansion when they head to the polls next week. It will augment the campaign’s online advertising effort through Election Day.
Despite polls showing that a majority of New Jersey residents are opposed to new casinos in the northern part of the state, Trenton’s Bad Bet continues to maintain its strong presence to drive home the message that casino expansion is a bad deal and voters should oppose Question One.
To see the advertisement spot, click here.
To view the ad and for more information about 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
I want the best for my son.
Am I positive he’s going to get into Princeton?
No, but I’d like to give him a shot.
But instead of saving for college, Trenton politicians apparently want me to dedicate my life to paying property taxes.
After all their broken promises, they want me to trust their scheme to jam more casinos into our communities?
Mark my family down as a no to new casinos.
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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.