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“Jobs” – v. 02 – Congresswoman Louise Slaughter – 30 second TV
Entire ad is video of Louise visiting
various manufacturing and research
facilities, interacting with workers. At
each location, she’s doing/seeing
something interesting … a cool piece of
technology, vehicle, laser, trying on a
Team USA jacket, etc… Very active
shots. Open with Louise at GM plant.
Cut to additional shots of Louise doing
interesting things at GM plant.
Louise and employees observing lasers
at a photonicsrelated business.
Louise at Harris, perhaps getting a tour
on a forklift or something similarly
Louise holding up an Olympic Team USA
jacket, or posing for a photo with
cardboard cutout of Olympic athletes, or
something similarly fun.
Louise in front of huge screens displaying
3D models at Rochester Institute of
End with Louise Slaughter to camera.
[Louise Slaughter, narrating off camera]
“Western New York has the most talented workers in
the world … doing incredible things!
That’s why I’m fighting to stop bad foreign trade deals
… and make Rochester a leader in advanced
I led the fight to bring Photonics to Rochester.
Ended nobid contracts, so our local companies like
Harris can compete.
Even Team USA wore clothes made in Rochester!
And I’m working with our universities to develop
the next big thing.”
[Louise Slaughter to camera]
“I approved this message because our jobs are worth
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