The Houses of West Virginia and the United States are expanding their statewide advocacy campaign by thanking Senator Manchin for putting West Virginia first as the Senate Reconciliation Bill looms
New TV commercial spotlights West Virginia citizens ‘thanking’ Senator Manchin for standing up for them
Washington, DC – West Virginia and the United States Chamber of Commerce today announced an expansion of their statewide advocacy campaign, thanking Senator Joe Manchin for prioritizing the West Virginia as the reconciliation bill looms in the US Senate.
The expanded campaign includes aired TV commercials and other activities expressing support for Senator Manchin as he continues to put West Virginia first by raising concerns about how the multibillion-dollar reconciliation bill dollars will add to inflation.
The new TV spot, “Thanks JoeFeatured citizens of West Virginia thanking the senator for standing up for their families, businesses and jobs.
“The business community continues to support Senator Manchin as he fights for job creators and the people of West Virginia,” said Suzanne P. Clark, President and CEO of the House of Commons. United States trade. “We commend Senator Manchin for his tireless commitment to putting West Virginia first, despite tremendous pressure from those who want to pass an ‘everything and the kitchen sink’ spending bill that will only do the trick. ‘add to inflation over the next year. ”
On Tuesday, December 14, the West Virginia House and the United States House held a teleconference with over 6,000 voters who logged in.
The West Virginia House and United States House have posted digital billboards in Charleston, Fairmont, Morgantown and White Sulfur Springs to thank Senator Manchin for putting West Virginia first. The Chambers are also running full-page newspaper ads this Sunday in the Charleston Gazette, the Huntington Herald Dispatch, newspapers in southern West Virginia, including those in Williamson, Coal Valley, Logan, Wayne and Lincoln, as well as the Morgantown Dominion-Post, Wheeling Intelligencer, and Inter-Mountain.
This latest advocacy program follows a West Virginia-specific campaign launched earlier this month, as well as the release of data from a new poll that found West Virginia voters continue to support strongly Senator Manchin and oppose the reconciliation legislation being debated in the United States. Senate. The survey found that Senator Manchin received a favorable rating of 52% and that nearly 70% of voters said they would be less likely to support the reconciliation bill upon hearing that it would increase inflation. over the next two years, raising prices for American families.
The House had already launched television campaigns in September and October, urging members of Congress across the country to oppose reconciliation. Additionally, the House launched an aggressive advertising campaign in November targeting members of Congress in Washington, DC and highlighted the impact reconciliation will have on inflation.
“Thank you, Joe” transcription
Senator Manchin… thank you for standing up for my family. – Maribeth, Huntington, West Virginia
Thank you for fighting for my business. – MacKenzie, Huntington, West Virginia
Keep fighting for us Senator – we cannot afford higher taxes and more inflation. – Mark, Wheeling, WV
Thanks, Joe, for protecting our jobs. – Maribeth, Huntington, West Virginia
Thank you, senator, for what you do for us. – Elizabeth, Charleston, West Virginia
Senator Manchin … thank you for loving West Virginia and putting us first. – Mark, Wheeling, WV
NARRATOR: Call Senator Joe Manchin and thank him for standing up for us and opposing bills that will raise prices for WV families