[Waukesha, WI] – Rebecca Kleefisch’s campaign for Wisconsin governor launched a new television ad on Thursday, focusing on her plans to support hard-working Wisconsin families. The ad entitled “A Good Living” features Rebecca talking about her commitment to lower taxes and strengthen vocational training. The 30-second ad will run on cable and broadcast television.
Watch the advertisement here and find the transcript below:
I’m Rebecca Kleefisch, and I’ll fight for those who work long hours and double shifts to provide for their families – cutting taxes and strengthening vocational training, so people can make a good living whether they go to college or not.
And Tony Evers?
He tried to raise your taxes during a pandemic while giving pay raises to his political pals in Madison. You deserve better than that.
I’m Rebecca Kleefisch, and I’m ready to fight for Wisconsin.
Rebecca has promised to invest in Wisconsin’s skilled workforce by increasing trades and vocational training, apprenticeship programs, and dual enrollment opportunities once elected. While serving as Lt. Governor, Rebecca championed investments from the Walker-Kleefisch administration to expand youth apprenticeships programs in the state. She also previously served as jobs ambassador for Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin who recently endorsed her candidacy for Governor.