Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell Launches TV/Multi-Media Campaign to Elect Lt. Gov. Candidate

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Campaign begins with introduction of Candidate Mahlon Mitchell to Wisconsin Voters

Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell today launched its first campaign ad with a multi-city, cable, broadcast television and Internet ad buy to help the Lieutenant in the Madison Fire Department win his race for lieutenant governor of Wisconsin.

The new 30-second television ad illustrates that Mahlon Mitchell has put his life on the line to protect and serve the public for the past 15 years and is now ready to take his experience bringing people together to solve problems to the statehouse, where he will work to end the division in Madison.

The ad also ties Rebecca Kleefisch’s record directly to the worst of Scott Walker, highlighting the attacks on basic worker rights in the state, the division they’ve caused in Madison and the John Doe investigations into and indictments of close aides to Governor Walker.

Mitchell is also a small business owner and a leader in his community who has helped run camps for young victims of fires.

The first ad from Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell, an independent organization, can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/user/MahlonMitchell1/featured

The Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell Facebook site is here:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/IAFF-FireFighters-for-Mahlon-Mitchell/432112183470088

The initial ad, paid for by Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell, will run statewide until the May 8 primary. Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell will be running ads, executing a social media campaign and coordinating efforts with other independent expenditure organizations supporting Mitchell through direct mail and get-out-the-vote efforts, as well as with boots on the ground through the June 5 general election.

Fire Fighters for Mahlon Mitchell is an independent organization dedicated to supporting the Mahlon Mitchell campaign for Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin.

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