RSLC Continues Multi-Platform Issue Ad Campaign Spotlighting Janet Bewley’s Liberal Record in Madison With New TV Ad

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RSLC Continues Multi-Platform Issue Ad Campaign Spotlighting Janet Bewley’s Liberal Record in Madison With New TV Ad

WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 25, 2018) –  The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) continues its multi-platform, issue ad campaign highlighting Senator Janet Bewley siding with Madison liberals on issues related to illegal immigration and her opposition to tax relief for families in the Northland.  The newest television issue ads will begin airing today in Senate District 25.

“Janet Bewley has forgotten her home district, caring more about tax benefits for illegal immigrants, while opposing a tax credit for working families and farmers in the Northland,” said Matt Walter, President of the Republican State Leadership Committee.

In 2016, prior to the defeat of Senator Julie Lassa (SD-24), the RSLC similarly aired issue-focused ads underscoring her “Missing in Action” status for Wisconsin’s working families.

The script for the RSLC’s new TV ad, “Has Madison changed Janet Bewley?,” is below and the video can be seen here:

Has Madison changed Janet Bewley?

Has she forgotten the Northland?

Bewley is against a tax credit that saves Northland’s manufacturing and farm jobs.

If the tax credit goes, so do our jobs.

In Madison, Bewley forgot us, but supports keeping easier access to taxpayer benefits for illegal immigrants.

She even opposed common-sense efforts to make it harder for illegals to vote.

Call Janet Bewley (608-266-3510) and tell her to support jobs for the Northland, not taxpayer benefits for illegals.

About the RSLC

The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) is the largest caucus of Republican state leaders in the country and the only national organization whose mission is to elect Republicans to multiple down-ballot, state-level offices. Since 2002, the RSLC has been working to elect candidates to the offices of lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state legislator, the judiciary and other down-ticket races. After Election Night 2017, state-level Republicans maintain 67 of 99 legislative chamber majorities in red, purple and blue states, hold 31 lieutenant governor seats, and control 30 secretaries of state offices. To learn more about the RSLC, please visit or follow @RSLC on Twitter.