MN Forward Unveils Second Ad of 2010 Campaign
MN Forward today released its second ad of the 2010 campaign, highlighting DFL gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton’s plans to increase taxes by at least $5 billion, which would fall heavily on job providers struggling to recover from the economic downturn.
“MN Forward is committed to electing candidates from both parties who agree with our agenda to make our state a better place to create jobs,” said Brian McClung, director of MN Forward. “As Minnesota businesses attempt to get our economy moving, the last thing we need is a governor who will burden employers with millions of dollars in tax increases. The vast majority of businesses pay their taxes through the individual income tax. Mark Dayton’s plans to raise taxes by $5 billion in an already highly-taxed state will kill jobs and stifle growth.”
View the ad here:
Posted on September 7, 2010