The same day the Christie campaign announced the release of its second television ad, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Barbara Buono’s camp released another web video attacking the incumbent governor’s record.
Buono’s campaign posted an ad Monday, entitled “Seeing,” questions supposed achievements that the Republican governor boasted in his first televised ad. The Internet video aims to “set the record straight” on Christie’s TV spots by highlighting the states less-than-stellar rate of economic growth, according to the Democratic hopeful’s campaign.
“Christie’s false rhetoric is no match for the facts,” reads a statement sent out announcing the video’s release. “As Governor Christie sets his sights on national office, there is another New Jersey that has been left behind and cannot afford four more years of his failed economic policies and misplaced priorities.”
The video comes the same day Christie’s campaign announced the release of its second television spot that began airing today in the state.
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