SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE FROM RORY 2010
Rory Reid will hit the airwaves across Nevada today with a new Spanish-language ad pointing out the simple fact that powerful Nevada special interests recruited Brian Sandoval to run for governor.
A similar ad in English has also begun airing across the state.
Titled “Fed Up,” the 30-second spot is narrated in Spanish by Reid and focuses on Sandoval’s loving relationship with special interests.
Reid has been a friend to the Hispanic community during his eight years on the Clark County Commission. Now, as a candidate for governor, Reid stands with the community on critical issues for Latino families, such as education and job creation.
Reid has pledged to stand up against the powerful interests that have thrown Nevada into an economic tailspin. In contrast, Sandoval would prioritize the interests of these long-standing friends, who have controlled the state’s agenda for years, over the interests of average Nevadans.
Sandoval is the hand-picked candidate of lobbyists representing many of the state’s wealthiest special interests, including the Nevada Banking Association. With these powerful backers at the heart of Sandoval’s motivation to run for governor, Nevadans should be concerned about where the Republican candidate’s loyalties lie.
The 30-second spot began airing across the state this week.
Rory (in Spanish):
Ustedes deben saber las diferencias entre Brian Sandoval y yo.
Soy Rory Reid…
Los bancos y demas companias grandes buscaron a Sandoval como su candidato. Sandoval no les va a ayudar a pagar su casa o sus cuentas de luz.
Sandoval no les va a ayudar a pagar su casa o sus cuentas de luz.
No les va a ayudar a encontrar empleo.
Solo va a dejar que las grandes companias sigan controlando a Nevada.
Ustedes estan cansados de eso y yo tambien.
Es una diferencia que cuenta.
Rory Reid is the only candidate for governor to offer solutions for today and a plan for Nevada’s future success – supporting strong schools for a stronger economy. For more information about his campaign or to download his plans, visit Rory2010.com.