New Conservation TV ad accuses Walker of looking out for polluters, donors, rather than families

The Wisconsin Conservation Voters Independent Expenditure Committee started a new TV ad today that accuses Gov. Scott Walker of looking out for polluters and his campaign donors, rather than families.

The group said it was spending $250,000 no the ad, which is airing on cable and broadcast TV in the Green Bay market. It will run through Nov. 5.

The spot opens with a narrator showing a girl drinking from a glass of water as the narrator says, “She’s not thinking about lead.” A man is shown showering as the narrator says, “He’s not thinking about manure.”

“But under Scott Walker, tens of thousands of Wisconsin families have had their water contaminated with lead, manure, pesticides, even human waste,” the narrator says.

The narrator adds instead of protecting families, Walker is “looking out for polluters and his campaign donors” and “we can’t even trust the water coming out of our taps.”

The narrator then says Dem Tony Evers will protect “our families’ health, not polluters, and keep our drinking water safe.”

It closes, “Tony Evers for governor.”

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