Susan B. Anthony List Hits the Airwaves
Steve Driehaus Doesn't Want You to Hear the Truth
'What Driehaus Doesn't Want You to Hear' Radio Ad Campaign Hits the Airwaves
October 19, 2010
Susan B. Anthony List launched a $50,000 radio ad campaign airing across Rep. Steve Driehaus’ district (OH-01) highlighting his vote for the health care bill which allows for taxpayer funding of abortion. Driehaus has attempted to silence the free speech of the Susan B. Anthony List by filing a complaint with the Ohio Elections Commission, citing a criminal statute.
“Rep. Steve Driehaus’ heavy-handed attempt to silence critics of his vote for taxpayer funding of abortion will not work,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Our radio ads are spreading the truth about his pro-abortion health care vote to the people of his district, despite his efforts to stifle our constitutionally-protected free speech.”
"What Driehaus Doesn't Want You to Hear":
Sharron Angle Speaks for Nevada
‘Sharron Angle Speaks for Me’ TV Ad Campaign Hits the Airwaves
October 11, 2010
Susan B. Anthony List and CitizenLink launched a $200,000 television ad campaign featuring personal testimonials from Nevada residents who believe that Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle will represent their priorities in Washington. The 30-second spot ran in the Reno and Las Vegas markets for one week and gained national attention in the Wall Street Journal and National Review Online among other outlets.
"Sharron Angle Speaks for Me":
The campaign also coincided with the release of two SBA List web videos supporting Sharron Angle which were featured on National Review’s Battle ’10 blog:
Congresswoman Barbara Vucanovich on Sharron Angle:
Sharron Angle: "Ethics, Integrity, and Focus":
Before the health care vote, the SBA List spent $150,000 on television ads and voter calls to pressure Senator Reid to stop calling himself “pro-life” in Nevada then voting another way in Washington, DC. The SBA List has committed $1 million in voter education and mobilization efforts to unseat Harry Reid.
"Tell Harry Reid to Vote Pro-Life":
Carly Fiorina Shares Latino Voter Values
TV Ad Campaign Tells California Latinos That Carly Fiorina Shares ‘Our Values’
October 6, 2010
The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) and the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) launched a $200,000 Spanish television ad campaign highlighting the contrast between California U.S. Senate incumbent Barbara Boxer and challenger Carly Fiorina on sharing Latino family values. The effort coincided with a $100,000 SBA List voter education effort including a Google ad campaign focusing on California Latino voters and a “Vota Tus Valores” bus tour sponsored by SBA List, NOM and the American Principles Project making 43 stops in Latino neighborhoods throughout the state. The 30-second television spot entitled “Our Values” will air in Spanish on Telemundo, Telefutura and Univision for one week in the San Diego, Los Angeles and Fresno markets beginning October 7. The campaign garnered local, statewide and national attention with reports in the Los Angeles Times, Associated Press and CNN.com.
“Pro-life California Latinos are a force to be reckoned with,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Latino voters need to know who will stand up for their values in the U.S. Senate and Carly Fiorina is that leader. Barbara Boxer is not.”
Votes Have Consequences
‘Dahlkemper’s Choice,’ ‘Donnelly’s Choice’: Twin Ad Campaigns Hit PA-03, IN-02 Airwaves
October 8, 2010
Susan B. Anthony List, CitizenLink, the Pennsylvania Family Council and Indiana Family Action launched a $240,000 television advertising campaign consisting of two $120,000 campaigns that aired in Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper (PA-03) and Rep. Joe Donnelly’s (IN-02) districts, highlighting their votes in favor of the pro-abortion health care bill. The 30-second will air for ten days, beginning on October 8 and the average viewer in their respective districts will see them ten or eleven times. The ads gained attention in national outlets including Politico and in several local outlets including the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and HoosierAccess.com.
“This campaign will remind voters that Kathy Dahlkemper and Joe Donnelly had the chance to protect their constituents from funding abortion, but caved to Speaker Pelosi and President Obama, ushering in the biggest expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade. We promised them that their votes would have consequences at the ballot box. Now, we are keeping that promise.”
Lisa Murkowski Has a ‘Hearing Problem’
Lisa Murkowski ‘Hearing Problem’ Radio Ad Hits Alaska Airwaves
October 8, 2010
The Susan B. Anthony List launched a week-long $10,000 radio ad campaign beginning October 8 that highlighted how incumbent Lisa Murkowski ignored the will of her constituents during her time in office and with her decision to mount a write-in campaign after her defeat in the August Republican primary. The ads gained local and attention outlets like the Anchorage Daily News, Kodiak Daily Mirror and national attention in outlets like The Hill and Associated Press.
“The Susan B. Anthony List is committed to ensuring that Alaska voters see the distinction between Murkowski’s unreliable record and Joe Miller’s commitment to protecting Life,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser.