Hispanic Leadership Fund Spends More Than $250,000 on Issue Ads in Three Key States

Ads Highlight Issues of Importance to Hispanic Communities in Colorado, Iowa, and North Carolina

[wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 30, 2014[/wpcol_1half][wpcol_1half_end id=”” class=”” style=””]

CONTACT:
press@hispanicleadershipfund.org

[/wpcol_1half_end]WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Hispanic Leadership Fund (HLF) today announced the release of seven issue ads in key states – Colorado, Iowa, and North Carolina.  These ads are running in both English and Spanish and are focused on critical issues including education, healthcare, and energy.
 
“Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic in America but our children remain stuck in failing schools and our healthcare and energy costs continue to rise thanks to bad policies supported by U.S. Senators Kay Hagan and Mark Udall, and Iowa Congressman Bruce Braley,” said Hispanic Leadership Fund President Mario H. Lopez. “In just a few short days, our issue ads have been seen and heard by over three million people in these key states. The Hispanic Leadership Fund will continue to spend money to seek to convince officeholders that they need to stand for policies that support and strengthen all American children and families.”
 
Links to the ads: 

COLORADO

Education ChoiceEnglish  |  Spanish

Energy JobsEnglish  | Spanish

Broken Health Care PromisesEnglish  |  Spanish

 

IOWA

Education ChoiceEnglish  |  Spanish

Bruce Braley Misses WorkEnglish  |  Spanish

 

NORTH CAROLINA

Education ChoiceEnglish  |  Spanish

Broken Health Care PromisesEnglish  |  Spanish