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After House vote, climate change group boosts Kim, Malinowski, Sherrill

League of Conservation Voters, Climate Power on TV in 3rd, 7th and 11th districts

By David Wildstein, November 19 2021 4:01 pm

The League of Conservation Voters and Climate Power have begun airing cable TV and digital ads in three New Jersey congressional districts in support of House Democrats who voted to pass the Build Back Better Act.

The ads will boost the electoral prospects of Reps. Andy Kim (D-Moorestown), Tom Malinowski (D-Ringoes) and Mikie Sherrill (D-Montclair) as they prepare to seek re-election to third terms in the 202 mid-term elections.

The three ads are identical, except for using footage and names of the three House members.

Script: “Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill is delivering for New Jersey with a plan that will create thousands of clean energy jobs right here.  The Build Back Better Act.  It means good-paying jobs in cities and towns across New Jersey.  Lower utility bills for families and tackling climate change head on.  This is about our state.  Their future.  Thank you, Congresswoman Sherrill, for fighting for us.  Now, let’s get this done.”

“This is the country’s climate moment,” said Lori Lodes, the executive director of Climate Power.  “An overwhelming number of Democrats delivered for Americans by voting to lower energy prices, create more good-paying jobs, support disadvantaged communities and take on the economic devastation of climate change. The Build Back Better Act is a win-win-win — for our economy, American families and future generations. We are making sure that voters understand just why the Build Back Better Act will benefit them and how important it is that their Democratic representative stepped up to make history.”

The ads are running in 20 congressional districts nationally, including New Hampshire’s 1st district, where Rep. Christopher Pappas is seek re-election against a New Jersey native, Republican Matt Mowers.

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