SACRAMENTO â€“ California Working Families for Jerry Brown for Governor 2010 (CAWF) today issued the following response to Meg Whitmanâ€™s newest misleading commercial, (entitled â€œTheir Governorâ€) this time attacking California Working Families for Jerry Brown for Governor 2010:
â€œClearly our messages are resonating with voters; otherwise Whitman wouldnâ€™t respond by trying to bully the messenger,â€ said CAWF spokesman Roger Salazar. â€œItâ€™s also clear with this new ad Meg Whitman wants to once again buy her way out of trouble.â€ Â
â€œFrom allegedly paying off employees for physical abuse and age discrimination, to raising fees on Ebayâ€™s small business customers to cover high overhead costs (including her jet travel and personal vacations), to trying to buy her way into office with ads full of misstatements and outright lies, billionaire Meg Whitmanâ€™s solution to her woes is to throw money at the problem,â€ Salazar added. â€œWell, she canâ€™t bully us and I donâ€™t think another deceptive attack ad is going to buy her any more credibility with the average California voter.â€
CAWF also recently launched http://www.whitmanfactcheck.com/, listing the facts surrounding Meg Whitmanâ€™s lies in her campaign commercials.
CAWF is a committee formed to help protect working families by aiding candidates like Jerry Brown. We are a coalition of individual Democratic donors, labor, environmental and womenâ€™s groups, teachers, public employees, engineers, scientists, healthcare workers, property service workers, businessmen and women, and others interested in helping protect working families.
California Working Families for Jerry Brown for Governor 2010, a Coalition of Public Employees, Firefighters, and Building Trades Organizations. Not authorized by a candidate or a committee controlled by a candidate.