Washington, D.C. – House Majority PAC announced today that it would begin running a multimedia campaign – including search and television advertising – calling out Rep. Joe Heck for his role in causing a government shutdown and playing reckless games with the economy.
The Google and Bing search advertising campaign will ensure that as southern Nevadans seek information about Rep. Joe Heck’s role in causing the Republican government shutdown, they’ll be able to learn more and register their disapproval through www.TellJoeHeck.com.
Additionally, House Majority PAC will begin airing tomorrow in Las Vegas a television ad taking Rep. Joe Heck to task for supporting a shutdown of the federal government. “Dangerous Game” makes clear what a reckless game Rep. Joe Heck is playing with our economy, siding with national Republican leaders – not southern Nevadans – in backing a government shutdown.
“Dangerous Game” is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
“In the ultimate indication of where his priorities lie, Joe Heck chose to side with national Republican leaders as opposed to southern Nevadans in voting for a government shutdown,” said Andy Stone, Communications Director for House Majority PAC. “Joe Heck’s dangerous Republican games put all of Nevada at risk.”
The NV-03 ads are part of a national multimedia campaign House Majority PAC is launching targeting all nine of the organization’s GOP targets. In addition to Heck, the targeted Republican members are: Gary Miller (CA-31), Mike Coffman (CO-06), Rodney Davis (IL-13), Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-08), Michael Grimm (NY-11), David Joyce (OH-14), John Kline (MN-02) and Steve Southerland (FL-02).