ATLANTA – Today, Abrams for Governor launched two new TV and digital ads, “Generation” and “DuBose and Stacey.” These ads highlight Stacey’s commitment to investing in Georgians as governor and her long track record of delivering on behalf of all Georgians in the Georgia House of Representatives.
“Generation” showcases Stacey’s commitment to using Georgia’s $5 billion surplus to invest in working families and the next generation of Georgians. In the ad, Abrams highlights her plans to use the state’s surplus to provide stimulus checks for the middle class, fund education and job training, expand affordable housing and invest in small businesses.
“DuBose and Stacey” showcases the working relationship of Stacey and former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, DuBose Porter. The ad highlights the story of Stacey single-handedly stopping the largest tax increase in Georgia history that would have raised taxes on 82% of Georgians.
“Generation” can be viewed here. A transcript is below:
Stacey Abrams: This November, we will set course for the next decade, for the next generation.
Stacey Abrams: My plan, my vision, is different.
Anchor: The Abrams Plan. She’ll use Georgia’s $5 billion surplus to help working Georgians.
Anchor: Stimulus checks for the middle class – not the super rich.
Anchor: Education and job training. Expanding affordable housing. Investing in small businesses.
Stacey Abrams: I’m here standing for governor, because Georgia thrives when our economy works for everyone.
“DuBose and Stacey” can be viewed here. A transcript is below:
DuBose: We had this tax bill, and you know Stacey’s a tax attorney.
Stacey Abrams: I was sitting in the committee and I didn’t believe the testimony I was hearing.
Stacey Abrams: I thought they were doing the numbers wrong, so I asked for a copy of the fiscal model.
DuBose: She did the math on it.
Stacey Abrams: 82% of Georgians would have seen their taxes go up.
Stacey Abrams: I stopped that from happening because I believe you don’t raise taxes on working families.
DuBose: She single-handedly stopped the largest tax increase in Georgia history.
DuBose: Because it was the right thing to do.