Thursday, July 15, 2010

Johnson Calls on Opponents to Pull Negative Ads

Focuses on putting Georgia back to work

Senator Eric Johnson, Republican candidate for Governor, today called on his opponents to pull down their negative ads and stop their negative mail pieces.

“Attacks on our fellow Republicans aren’t going to create one job, they aren’t going to stop one teacher furlough day, they’re not going to lower taxes for one Georgia family,” said Johnson. “It’s time for us to focus on the issues that matter and that is why I am calling on my opponents to put an immediate end to the attacks.”

Johnson has laid out a detailed plan to put Georgia back to work, a comprehensive plan to crack down on illegal immigration, and a bold plan to personalize education. The campaign has not done released a single negative ad, mail piece, or automated call.

“Pollsters, consultants, and pundits might disagree with my decision and I might pay a political price, but that’s fine,” continued Johnson. “Georgia is too important. The struggles of the families I meet on the campaign trail are too important. Hopefully my opponents will join me in focusing on the issues instead of on each other.”


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