Paid Trade Ads: Senate Races (North Carolina-Oregon)

Total Senate ads: 31 ads

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Kay Hagan (NC-Sen):

Date posted: August 18, 2008. Ad transcript:

We need to level the playing field for families around here. Washington stopped working because the special interests just have too much power. Oil companies getting tax breaks while we get record gas prices; local jobs shipped overseas; and the big corporations and CEOs keep getting rewarded while North Carolina gets left behind.

Date posted: September 9, 2008. Ad transcript:

Elizabeth Dole's Washington: biggest government ever; $9 trillion in debt; helping Bush give tax breaks to corporations who ship jobs overseas, and billions to big oil. Now, we're paying the price.

Date posted: September 21, 2008. Ad transcript:

Senator Dole votes with George Bush 92 percent of the time. But in North Carolina, that's more than a statistic. March 2005: More tax breaks for corporations that send our jobs overseas.

Date posted: September 21, 2008. Ad transcript:

Senator Dole votes with George Bush 92 percent of the time. But in North Carolina, that's more than a statistic... March 2005: More tax breaks for corporations that send our jobs overseas.

Date posted: October 7, 2008. Ad transcript:

Hagan will reduce taxes for working families, not for big oil and companies who ship our jobs overseas.

Date posted: November 1, 2008. Ad transcript:

This is the legacy of Washington special interests: unfair trade deals. And Senator Elizabeth Dole, giving tax breaks to corporations that send jobs overseas, loyal to lobbyists and the failed Bush economy. [Hagan:] "Washington's got it wrong. Working families come first. That means ending tax breaks for companies that outsource and fighting for local jobs, not the Washington lobbyists."

Date posted: November 2, 2008. Ad transcript:

In this economy, Elizabeth Dole made her choices. Three votes against the minimum wage; tax breaks to oil companies and corporations sending jobs overseas; six years of putting the special interests firsts.

Kay Hagan/DSCC (NC-Sen):

Date aired: October 8, 2008. Ad transcript:

"What are you reading?"
"Chinese."
"Oh, you can't read Chinese."
"Well that's where our jobs are going! Liddy Dole voted for tax breaks for companies that are shipping our jobs overseas."
"What? Is she the new senator from China?"
"Might as well be. We've lost 100,000 jobs and she's still giving tax breaks to companies that export our jobs."
"Well, that might be all right for China."
"What's happened to the Liddy Dole I knew?"


Andrew Rice (OK-Sen):

Date posted: September 18, 2008. Ad transcript:

Jim Inhofe stubbornly votes with George Bush and his party over 90 percent of the time: tax breaks for big oil, and for companies that ship jobs overseas.

Date posted: October 23, 2008. Ad transcript:

The world's changing. But Jim Inhofe still supports the same policies that ruined our economy: less oversight of Wall Street; tax breaks for big oil and for companies that ship our jobs overseas.


Jeff Merkley (OR-Sen):

Date posted: April 30, 2008. Ad transcript:

As U.S. senator, Merkley will fight to end trade deals that ship our jobs overseas.

Date posted: September 2, 2008. Ad transcript:

They call it "free" trade. Problem is, there's nothing "free" about it. And Oregon's paid a very heavy price, with nearly 70,000 jobs shipped overseas. Families with no savings, no health care, and no security. How could Washington allow American jobs to become one of our country's biggest exports?

Date posted: September 8, 2008. Ad transcript:

Tax cuts: they ought to go to middle-class families. Instead, Washington has been giving tax breaks to corporations that ship our jobs overseas. Imagine: spending your tax dollars to export Oregon jobs and subsidize companies building factories in China and Mexico.

Date posted: October 6, 2008. Ad transcript:

Gordon Smith and George Bush: billions and billions in tax breaks for Big Oil and corporations that ship jobs overseas.

Date posted: October 8, 2008. Ad transcript:

We need to bring jobs back to the United States of America... we need to grow living-wage jobs in the United States of America...

Date posted: October 19, 2008. Ad transcript:

Smith votes with George Bush 90 percent of the time... to ship our jobs overseas.

Jeff Merkley/DSCC (OR-Sen):

Date posted: July 23, 2008. Ad transcript:

Republican Gordon Smith has voted repeatedly with George Bush to give... tax breaks to corporations that ship our jobs overseas.

Date posted: October 10, 2008. Ad transcript:

Gordon Smith sure knows how to throw a party! Just look at his guest list. [...] Next are companies that ship our jobs overseas.

Jeff Merkley/Barack Obama (OR-Sen):

Date aired: October 27, 2008. Ad transcript:

Jeff will put fairness back in the system, and strengthen our economy by cutting taxes for the middle class, not corporations that ship our jobs overseas.