Cagle Campaign Also Responds to Tippins Ad

Brian Robinson, Communications Adviser for the Cagle Campaign, provided the following response to Clay Tippins’ most recent ad:

“No wonder this guy is in fifth place and polling below 5 percent. If Clay Tippins is talking about strip clubs and the Revolutionary War, it’s because he can’t talk about his record of working for a French company and outsourcing thousands of American jobs.”

The campaign added some background on the tax credit mentioned in the ad: “The tax credit in question is for restoration of historic buildings, pushed by community leaders across the state and passed overwhelmingly. What makes this more striking is Casey strongly supported the Safe Harbor constitutional amendment that added a tax on strip clubs to create a fund to help people trying to escape the sex trade.”


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