More NewsElection ’06: Web Ads Support Smokers Rights in Arizona

Election '06: Web Ads Support Smokers Rights in Arizona

And you thought all negative campaign ads were just for candidates

benderbreakclub.jpgAnd you thought all negative campaign ads were just for candidates. I’ve been doing lots of browsing in search of political campaigns online, and here’s my latest interesting discovery, as seen on Phoenix-area azcentral.com’s election section. It’s an animated gif ad with a couple creatives, one of which reads, “How ridiculous is Prop 201?”

The ads link to the YES on 206 site, which is paid for by the Arizona Non-Smoker Protection Committee, a group supporting — duh — Prop 206 in place of 201. This “Non-Smoker Protection Committee” is funded by none other than the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.

Hey, smoke up, Johnny!

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