Dem guv candidate Tony Evers Tuesday launched what his campaign said are his final TV ads of the race, including one in which he declares, “I’ll put you first.”
The campaign said the ads will run statewide the final week of the race via cable, broadcast TV and digital.
One features Evers talking directly into the camera, saying “Wisconsin has a big choice in this election.”
He adds Walker “does what’s best for himself, and his donors, playing politics with our schools and our health care.”
Evers then says, he’ll “put you first,” invest in schools, cut taxes for middle-class families by 10 percent, protect those with pre-existing conditions and hold down the cost of health care.
“I’m Tony Evers. I’m asking for your vote, because after eight years it’s time for change,” he says to close the ad.
The other features video from Evers talking to people in a rally setting and then greeting them. The narrator says, “People are coming together to support Tony Evers for governor.”
The narrator then adds newspapers say “Tony has the kind of experience we need” and “the integrity to renew Wisconsin.”
The narrator adds former Walker appointees are now supporting Evers, because he “won’t play politics with our state” and Wisconsin nurses “say Evers has the best plan to bring change and access to quality, affordable health care.”
The narrator concludes the spot, “Tony Evers. It’s time for a change, and a governor who cares about us.”