The Republican Governors Association launched an ad this morning claiming that “John Kasich works.” Unfortunately for Ohio’s working families, Governor Kasich doesn’t work for everyone.
After a poll last week showed the Governor tied with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald, John Kasich’s campaign released their second ad in a week, once again zealously stressing his working class roots and his leadership in job “growth.” In reality, the Governor has done little to allow Ohio’s middle class families to achieve the same success he has.
After their two previous attacks were debunked as misleading and flat out lies, the RGA launched another attack on Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald this morning, claiming “it’s clear that, as a result of FitzGerald’s incompetence as the head of Cuyahoga County, taxpayer dollars have been wasted.”
After a poll yesterday showed Governor Kasich tied with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald, the Republican Governors Association (RGA) released a document dump claiming that FitzGerald “wastes taxpayer money” as Cuyahoga County Executive.
Yesterday, Governor Kasich’s team tried to scrub a Romney sign from a campaign photo, and today, they’re back at it again with the release of their first ad – trying to rewrite history and reintroduce the incumbent Governor as leader in job growth with blue-collar roots who has the best interest of working Ohioans at heart.