CWA hits Christie in new ad targeting lottery bidding process
By Max Pizarro | March 11th, 2013 - 12:18pm
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The Communications Workers of America (CWA) this morning launched a six-figure ad campaign targeting Governor Chris Christie.

The television commercial will run as a statewide cable buy for the next few weeks.

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“Even though New Jersey has an efficient, award-winning lottery, Governor Christie is stubbornly seeking to privatize it. This is a big gamble in terms of both job loss and our state’s economy,” said Seth Hahn, Legislative and Political Director for CWA NJ. “With one in ten New Jerseyans already out-of-work, lottery privatization is a bad deal which would make foreign corporations rich while making things worse for taxpayers and small businesses.”

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