Democratic congressional candidate Jay Webber begins airing a new TV ad criticizing Republican Jay Webber’s record of voting against women and families as a member of the New Jersey State Assembly.
The ad, backed up by a six-figure buy and appearing throughout the 11th district, highlights the voices of women.
“Assemblyman Webber has spent ten years in Trenton pushing his agenda on the women of New Jersey,” said Sherrill campaign manager Mollie Binotto. “Women in our community are shining a light on Assemblyman Webber’s long career of voting against our values, like the right for women to make their own healthcare decisions and equal pay for equal work. His harmful record in the Assembly on women and families has no place in Congress.”
WOMAN 1: Jay Webber was one of only two legislators to vote against equal pay for women (STAR-LEDGER, 4/25/18)
WOMAN 2: Jay Webber is against a woman’s right to choose (INSIDER NJ, 2/9/18)
WOMAN 3: And he said he wants to overturn Roe v. Wade (FIRST THINGS JOURNAL, MAY 2002)
WOMAN 4: Jay Webber is trying to make gay marriage illegal again (ACR 11, 1/16/14)
WOMAN 5: He even voted in favor of conversion therapy to “fix” gay teenagers (A3371, 6/24/13)
5 thoughts on “Sherrill ad calls Webber’s record ‘harmful’ to women”
Great ad. Jay Webber thinks that just because he has four daughters (along with three boys) and a stay-at-home wife, that makes him pro-woman. Anyone that is so extreme that they are willing to be 1 of only 2 NO votes on a bill that strengthens equal pay for women in the same year they are about to run for Congress (this at a time when women are standing up in huge numbers to call for a checks on a President that has proven many, many times that he has little regard women) is committing political suicide.
1. Sherrill opposes Obamacare repeal, Obamacare has adversely impacted women
2. Sherrill opposes tax cuts that have helped reduce female unemployment to the lowest level in 18 years
3. Sherrill claims to oppose cuts to medicare, but opposes Obamacare repeal. Obamacare cut medicare by $716 billion over a decade – 55% of medicare beneficiaries are female
Pat I agree with you. Mikie Sherrill showed her true progressive, liberal ideology that she had been trying to hide. Jay Webber will win in November because voters aren’t stupid like democrats think they are.
The first claims is foolishly misinterpreted and intentionally deceitful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPl3FlVaY7s.
An engaged citizen must be critical of candidates, regardless of party.
Disgraceful democratic lies