Chamber of Commerce Launches 2012 Ad Campaign — in February!

February 9, 2012 at 4:21 PM Leave a comment

Almost nine months prior to Election Day 2012, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has launched its “voter education” brainwashing ad blitz:


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce launched a multi-million dollar ad blitz in House and Senate races across the country on Thursday.

The launch marks the earliest start ever to the Chamber’s biennial ad campaigns in congressional races. The ads back Republicans in 11 House races and eight Senate contests. The group is supporting one Democrat: Rep. Jim Matheson of Utah.

“We’re engaging earlier and more aggressively than ever to educate constituents about which leaders recognize the role free enterprise plays in leading our economic recovery,” Chamber President Thomas Donohue said in a statement. “It comes down to a simple question: is big government or free enterprise the solution to our country’s economic problems?”

The Chamber is the largest lobbying power in Washington, representing the common interests of a broad array of businesses with millions in spending each quarter. The trade group is also one of the biggest spenders on U.S. elections, doling out over $50 million in the 2010 midterms.


Stay on top of the Chamber’s, ahem, “2012 Voter Education” ads here.




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