The Fung for Governor Campaign today released its latest television advertisement in the Republican Primary Election campaign. The newest ad, which begins airing today, highlights the endorsement of Allan Fung by former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney and touts Fung’s record of real government reform and job creation in the City of Cranston.
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“I am even more proud of my record of reform and job creation,” Fung continued. “I have a proven track record: reforming government to reduce the cost to taxpayers, controlling spending to generate budget surpluses for three straight years, and creating a stable, business friendly environment to attract more than 1,000 new jobs to the City of Cranston. As Rhode Island’s next governor, I will cut spending and taxes to make our state the best place in the Northeast to run a business. I will reform state government to eliminate insider deals, giveaways, and costly perks to make our government accountable and transparent.”
“Rhode Islanders deserve better and we can create a brighter future for our state, just as we did in the City of Cranston. Primary voters have a choice in this election. While my opponent offers the empty political promises of a typical politician, I have the record of action,” concluded Fung.
On Block's claim
Fung’s campaign spokesman, Robert Coupe, also responded to another false statement from the Block campaign alleging that Fung was cancelling “remaining TV ads.” “The Block campaign is showing its desperation again with another false statement. This is just the latest in a series of futile efforts to attempt to distract from the fact that Allan Fung has demonstrated real leadership and achieved real reform to help create jobs, while his opponent offers bogus statements and empty political rhetoric. These tactics demonstrate that Mr. Block clearly is not ready to lead.”
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