Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Mary Burke, Scott Walker Each Release TV Ads On Burke's Jobs Plan Plagiarism Controversy

In August, Wisconsin lost 4,300 jobs. That’s why in September, Scott Walker is attacking my jobs plan, saying it takes ideas from other states. Well, of course it does…”



The Associated Press



Steve Marcus / Reuters


Dueling TV ads in closely-watched Wisconsin gubernatorial contest are battling over Democratic candidate Mary Burke's jobs plan. Republicans in the state have seized on the large portions of plagiarized text in Burke's jobs plan and now Burke is fighting back with a new TV ad attempting to define the issue on her own terms.


"In August, Wisconsin lost 4,300 jobs. That's why in September, Scott Walker is attacking my jobs plan, saying it takes ideas from other states. Well, of course it does," Burke says in her ad titled "September." "As governor, I'm going to take the best ideas wherever I can find them. And if Scott Walker did the same, maybe we wouldn't be dead last in jobs growth. Take a look at my plan and decide for yourself, because Wisconsin shouldn't be dead last in anything, especially jobs growth."




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