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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

NumbersUSA: South Carolina Primary TV Ad

NumbersUSA has a new television and radio in South Carolina suggests that the presidential candidates oppose illegal immigration and excessive legal immigration when the U.S. has so many unemployed legal citizens.

This television ad will be airing in South Carolina on select television stations in the weeks leading up to the 2012 Presidential primaries. The ad asks the candidates if they think new jobs should go to unemployed Americans or to new legal immigrants.

You can view the television ad in the below video:


In addition, the following radio ad will air on radio stations throughout South Carolina in the weeks leading up to the South Carolina Presidential primary. The goal asks citizens of the Palmetto State to ask the candidates who they would give the next job to: an unemployed American or a new foreign worker. An ad similar to this one ran throughout Iowa and was the fifth most played political ad in the Des Moines market in the month leading up to the Iowa Caucuses.


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