“Cut Your Spending” Billboards Welcome – and Warn – Washington’s Newly Elected
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“Cut Your Spending” Billboards Welcome — and Warn — Washington’s Newly Elected
Congratulations on your election victory, now go cut spending!
Arlington, VA – Public Notice has launched a series of billboard ads to welcome Congress to Washington and remind them why they were sent to the nation’s Capitol: to cut government spending. Public Notice shares Americans’ concerns about government overspending and debt, and is dedicated to reminding newly elected representatives that they were sent to Washington to make real spending cuts, not to continue business as usual.
Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, said the following:
“Government spending was a top concern for voters this past election cycle and they voted for these new Members in hopes they would get spending under control.”
“With these billboards, we are reminding Members why they were elected and warning them that voters are going to hold them accountable. We wanted to put them on notice the second they stepped into Washington.”
Public Notice’s billboards are located throughout Ronald Reagan National Airport. Ads carrying a similar message will be placed within various print publications in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and will run through the next month.
Text of billboard:
Remember your campaign promise to cut spending?
Keep your promise.
Public Notice is an independent, nonpartisan, non-profit, 501(c)(4) organization dedicated to providing facts and insight on the effects public policy has on Americans’ financial well being.
To schedule an interview with Gretchen Hamel, please call Kate Pomeroy at 571-970-6497 or email email@example.com