Paid Trade Ads: Third Party Ads

Total third-party ads: 8 ads

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Ohio Democratic Party:

Date posted: August 8, 2008.

Date posted: August 8, 2008. Ad transcript:

It was McCain who used his influence in the Senate to help foreign-owned DHL buy a U.S. company and gain control over the jobs that are now on the chopping block in Ohio.


Michigan Democratic Party:

Date posted: August 14, 2008. Ad transcript:

[onscreen text]
08.08.08
Mitt Romney goes to China to kick off the Olympics...
...and pick up a gold medal in outsourcing.
"He vetoed in June 2004 a bill that would have blocked out-sourcing state jobs." - Associated Press, 7/14/08
George Bush: 3.5 million manufacturing jobs lost since 2000. - Bureau of Labor Statistics
John McCain called himself "an unapologetic supporter of NAFTA" - Associated Press, 7/14/08
Bush-McCain-Romney - The Gold Standard in Outsourcing


SEIU:

Date posted: October 30, 2008. Ad transcript:

"After 12 years, my job was shipped to China, and I didn't know what I was going to do. John McCain voted for tax breaks for corporations that ship American jobs overseas. How does that help working people? I was Meghan the factory worker, and John McCain's votes on outsourcing haven't helped me one bit. John McCain needs to know that giving tax breaks to corporations that ship American jobs overseas is just not right."


UAW:

Date posted: October 6, 2008. Ad transcript:

"Friends of mine, they're losing their jobs, losing their homes. John McCain? I don't think he gets it. Just like Bush - no ideas for new jobs, more bad trade deals, more tax breaks to send our work overseas."


Citizens for Strength and Security (Kentucky):

Date posted: October 31, 2008. Ad transcript:

McConnell supported tax breaks for corporations that outsource our jobs. He supported NAFTA, CAFTA, and the China Trade Deal too... Sen. McConnell, stop trying to send our retirement to Wall Street and our jobs overseas.


Citizens for Strength and Security (North Carolina):

Date posted: October 2, 2008. Ad transcript:

Back when Elizabeth Dole left North Carolina, textiles and manufacturing drove our economy. Over the years, she's gone on to twelve different jobs in Washington, while thousands of our jobs have been eliminated by unfair trade deals she supported. She's even voted for special tax breaks for corporations that outsource jobs. Senator Dole, stop supporting tax breaks for companies that ship our jobs overseas.


Citizens for Strength and Security (Mississippi):

Date posted: October 28, 2008. Ad transcript:

With good jobs leaving Mississippi, you might be wondering why so many folks outside our state are thankin' Roger Wicker. You see, Senator Wicker supports unfair trade deals like NAFTA, and CAFTA, and the China Trade Deal that sent thousands of jobs overseas. He's helped put us deep in debt to China, and he supported Wall Street's plan to put social security in the stock market. Senator Wicker, stop trying to give our retirement to Wall Street and our jobs to China.