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 Posted: Apr 17 2016, 11:27 AM
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 Posted: Apr 18 2016, 12:55 AM
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Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 25 x = $177,500
Topic: Relatability/likefullness
Audience Target: new york lovers
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Open with Renzi for Mayor logo.
Fade up to Real footage of Renzi out on the streets during his exciting rallies (take 1 second to do it; fast paced ad), a compilation of the boroughs, with the music of New York, New York by Frank Sinatra playing these lines in the backround (superimposed to the ad, obviously.)

Ad intros with the song's intro.
Goes to Renzi's very energetic march with supporters to a rally point with lyrics
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In New York, New York!
I want to wake up, in a city that doesn't sleeps
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1) If I can make it there
2) I'll make it anywhere
1) Renzi is stepping onto small makeshift stage (still visually connected to the people that way)
2) Renzi waves to the crowd with a grin on stage who's cheers go wild


Split the screen, with a reenactment of the GOP candidate with very wealthy pompous looking people at an extravagant diner with very expensive looking food, looking out the window as if pissed that I'm doing so well (His 4/7ths of the screen will be dull shaded while mine is excitement and colorful and being one with the common man and pop).
While this scene is playing,

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These Little town blues
They are all melting away (GOP dull side starts to "melt away" into the side out of the picture; i.e smoothly gradually slides off screen)

(By now its just the excitement of my rallies)
I'm gonna make a brand new start of it back in ole new york
If i can make it there, I'll make it just about anywhere
It's up to you New York, New Yoooork! (Me saying populist things and my name is audibly noticeable and clear).


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TJV
 Posted: Apr 18 2016, 10:00 PM
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(Waiting on fundraising nimbers to come through- in the meantime I'll subtract the 142 k when I know what I netted before I "aired" this).

TV Ads (City Wide) 20 x = $142,000
Topic: George Renzi v. David Bauman
Audience Target: Citizens concerned about public Housing, and our teachers, and political corruption.
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Goerge Renzi his entire political career has supported and:
Is helping New Yorkers in need get public housing through authorizing more permits.

George Renzi:
Will help our Teachers pay off their their student loan debts to the federal government so we can have teachers focused on their jobs, not collapsed finances.

George Renzi:
represents the common man, not the billionaires and millionaires who collapsed our economy.

David Bauman in a recent press release revealed he: Does not support granting public housing permits for New Yorkers in need.

David Bauman:
Does not support helping our teachers pay off their student loan debt. He won't even try to fight for these New Yorkers.

David Bauman and the GOP:
constantly advertise themselves to the super rich billionaires and millionaires who collapsed our economy, promising to slash NYC's ability to fund social programs so that those same few individuals on top can profit even more.


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We need a mayor who will stick up for you- not beat you up. NYC is the greatest City on earth and I'm running for Mayor so everyone can benifit from that. My name is George Renzi and I'd like your vote this coming Mayoral election.
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TJV
 Posted: Apr 20 2016, 06:11 PM
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Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 25 x = $177,500
Topic: Revealing the Truth about Blauman
Audience Target: People who care about honesty.

David Bauman has been saying alot of things about a 5 point plan, but what does he really stand for? (Indented words are spoken by a Bauman sound-alike that purposefully sounds like him, but people know it's not meant to actually make people think it's him actually saying it, regular type is written and silent)(bonded words said by lady).
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1: Supporting NYPD, NYFD and other public servants.
It'll be hard to pay them more, as they deserve, once I let the billionares and millionaires who fund my campaign get away with escaping paying their fair share of taxes, but you know, I support them morally.

2: Striking a committee to resolve public housing concerns.
(reading from press release) Renzi needs a powerful imagination to believe I support his affordable housing bill the city council just passed.

3: Renewing investment in New York Public Schools.
But
Unlike Renzi, I have never publicly announced any plans to do so and have stated i dont support helping people afford vital higher esucation.

4: Continuing the successful crime-reduction policies in place.
But let's not talk about my support of the policies where people of color are arrested 4 times as much for doing the amount of drugs as Caucasians.

5: Securing prosperity for workers and entrepreneurs alike.
Neither me nor my republican partners have ever stood out in solidarity with the unions nor truck drivers nor fast food workers. In fact, most of my campaign money comes from the rich billionares and millionaires who helped crash this economy.

David Bauman. Actions speak louder than your words.
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Robert Blutarsky
 Posted: Apr 20 2016, 07:35 PM
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DNC TV Ad - Citywide $142,000

The camera zooms in on a Mother and Daughter sitting on a bench, the daughters hair is shaved. The family is in their thirties. The woman grabs her daughters hand.

"My name is Amanda and this is Zoey. I am a single mother living in NYCHA housing with my Daughter but late last year my daughter was diagnosed with liver cirrhosis and stage 3 cancer."

A tear rolls down Amanda's face as Zoey hugs her mother.

"So much of the last year we have been fighting for Zoey's life and with all the costs of health care and transportation to all the different hospitals and specialists it has taken a toll and we have fallen into severe debt. Now NYCHA is threatening to evict us next month because I lost my job from taking time off work to take care of my daughter."

Amanda's sobbing becomes more clearly visible.

"We met with George Renzi who said he has a plan to deal with NYCHA and help us keep our housing. Renzi is a candidate of action while David Bauman lacks solutions to our real problems. I am asking all New Yorkers to join with me and vote for a man of real solutions George Renzi a candidate of action, the responsible candidate for Mayor."

Scene fades to black as Amanda and Zoey hug each other.

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 Posted: Apr 21 2016, 03:24 AM
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Pictures of strikes from all over New York City begin to roll showing the personal faces of people who are striking for a better wage.

"Right now millions are beginning to strike all over New York City fighting for a livable wage for themselves, their children and their families now we want to take a moment to show you some of those faces."

The screen cuts to a group of four standing next to each other as they speak.

"We're in the Fight For Fifteen for a living wage and we are fighting for Renzi For Mayor."

Screen cuts to a couple of women holding hands.

"We're fighting for fifteen dollars an hour and marriage equality and We Support Renzi For Mayor."

Screen cuts to a Latino Woman in her mid thirties.

"I'm fighting for fifteen for a better life for me and my child. I support Renzi For Mayor."

Screen cuts to a young African-American male in his mid twenties.

"I'm fighting for fifteen because somebody with a Bachelors degree shouldn't be making $7.25 an hour. I also support Renzi for Mayor."

Screen cuts back to pictures of strikes across New York City as a voice appears over.

"All these people support Fight For Fifteen for various reasons but the one thing they all have in common is they support George Renzi for Mayor. George Renzi supports a living wage because he believes all New Yorkers should be able to make a living wage in our great city of New York. If you support a living wage, ability to unionize without being fired from your job and you believe in a living wage for New Yorkers we ask you to cast your vote for George Renzi."

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Robert Blutarsky
 Posted: Apr 21 2016, 09:44 AM
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DNC TV Ad - Citywide $142,000
Target: Latinos and African-Americans

Police sirens are heard as they fade out and a voice plays over the sirens flashing on the screen.

It's time to restore dignity in New York it's time to stop the era of the Stop-And-Frisk policy. George Renzi knows that many Latino and African-American families are having discussion with their children that they will be pulled over and dragged out of their cars and frisked for weapons, drugs or whatever the police think they will find.

The vast majority of those stopped are Latino or African-American and what's worse is this is a failed policy as almost 88% of the time there is no fine or conviction. George Renzi promises that if elected Mayor he will end the racist Stop-And-Frisk policy. It's time to do what is right, it is time to fight for equality under the law and it is time to end the racist stop-and-frisk policy. It is time to elect George Renzi as New York Mayor.

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Robert Blutarsky
 Posted: Apr 21 2016, 12:34 PM
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DNC TV Ad - Citywide $142,000
Target: Democrats, Progressives, Liberals

The scene opens up on Robert Blutarsky sitting behind his desk with a placard on his desk that reads "Chairman Of New York Democratic Party Robert Blutarsky"

Greetings, My name is Robert Blutarsky and yes I am running for Public Advocate but I am not here to talk about me I am here to talk about what the Democratic Party and George Renzi has done for you.

We're fighting to keep NYCHA from evicting people and we're pushing to inject cash into NYCHA so that we can get repairs and maintenance done that is so desperately needed and the people don't have to worry about an additional tax because banks and wall street who drove us into our recession will be footing the bill for this large injection of cash into NYCHA.

We're fighting to end stop and frisk laws in New York City under a new bill introduced by George Renzi and myself. Stop and Frisk is racist and it's been proven it doesn't work.

We're pushing to improve schools like we did under resolution 1006 and we will continue to push for improved schools in the future including increased after school programs free of cost and increasing accessibility to preschool because children who get a head start do better in school.

We're fighting for Gender and LGBT equality and have done so by way of resolutions in City Council. We believe in equality in marriage and equality in the workplace especially when it comes to equality in pay.

We're fighting the fight for a livable wage with the Fight For $15. We believe everybody who works 40 hours a week deserves a livable wage.

We're pushing to fight for universal health care for the entire state of New York and we can do it with your help. We have been offering resolutions to improve our wonderful city and lastly we'd like to point out George Renzi's opponent Bauman has not offered any resolutions or laws to improve our great city because he's not even a City Council member. It is time to focus on the facts Bauman is simply not qualified to be our Mayor as he doesn't have the experience in the council or have any record of introducing legislation that will benefit every day New Yorkers.

New York the Democratic Party has a slogan that Progress Starts Here but when it comes to George Renzi his experience and leadership is second to none. It's time to elect a man who knows what he's doing from day one so I ask you to vote for George Renzi so that we can continue to bring progress to New York City. Thank You.

"Progress Starts Here" and NYC DNC logo appear on the screen as the scene fades to black.

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 Posted: Apr 21 2016, 10:56 PM
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Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 25 x = $177,500
Topic:The Minimum Wage: Reality vs Fiction
Audience Target: Minimum Wage Workers, Democrats, Economic Moderates

The Camera fades out, Dan Smithers sits behind a desk with the American flag and NYC flag in the background.

Hello, I am Dan Smithers and I am the Democratic nominee for City Comptroller. There is a lot of thoughts flying around about the minimum wage and its effects on the economy. While our push to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour is certainly a moral issue as well, I am here to assure you the minimum wage is possible, and economically positive.

One of the biggest issues people bring up is that the raise will hurt businesses, but this simply isn't true. Many studies have shown that higher minimum wages lead to more customers for business and increased worker productivity and retention, especially in business where minimum wage workers are popular such as fast food. Simply put, when you give people more money to spend, they will spend it. This gives business more customers, so they can pay their employees more, and everyone wins.

Raising the minimum wage may seem hard, and people may doubt the idea. But the fact remains: economies need consumers with income to spend. If we don't give people the tools to make and spend money, our economy can never live up to its potential.

Remember to vote for George Renzi for Mayor, and to vote for all Democratic candidates in this upcoming election.

"Progress Starts Here" and NYC DNC logo appear on the screen as the scene fades to black.

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 Posted: Apr 21 2016, 11:59 PM
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Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 25 x = $177,500
Topic: NY Debates

Using Renzi voice clip from Debate is in quotes
George Renzi, fighting for NYC: Picture reel of Renzi during debate looking strong
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We are fighting for our rights to good and affordable education, to have affordable housing and not be crushed by the debt of a collapsed housing market through no fault of our own, to have a successful economy where the poorest are cared for and the middle class isn’t dying out. We want a NYC that takes care of its citizens.


George Renzi is proud to say
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our bill in the City Council to grant the permits necessary to build the affordable housing necessary to meet the needs of NYC has passed, and New York will have great affordable housing.


George Renzi is proud to say
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we are ending an era of a drastically underfunded Housing Authority. When you have an organization that it 200 million or more dollars below its required funding for years in a row, it's not going to serve the city as it should. The democratic Party has introduced a law to fully fund the NYC Housing Authority so that this abuse stops.


George Renzi will
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will increasing funding for buying [healthy] school foods, Ensuring Public Schools are all high quality facilities, stopping 3 decades of college costs rising 1000%, Restructuring giant schools through renovations to increase the number of classrooms per building so we can have smaller class sizes


George Renzi is proud to say
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that when I am Mayor, the unsuccessful, wasteful, and unjustifiably racially applied Stop and Frisk program will not be used.


But what about David Bauman?Picture of bauman showing

He has yet to meet with anyone to make his own plans to save the NYCHA.

He has yet to come up with a comprehensive education plan.

He has yet to support any economic to help new york grow besides helping his billionare and millionare campaign funders get lower taxes while we pay the burden of the bill.

David Bauman: In the worse economic recession since the great depression, he says "continue down the sound path we've been on". Using voice clip

We can't keep walking Bauman's path. George Renzi will act now.
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 Posted: Apr 22 2016, 12:00 AM
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QUOTE (TJV @ Apr 21 2016, 08:59 PM)
Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 25 x = $177,500
Topic: NY Debates

Using Renzi voice clip from Debate is in quotes
George Renzi, fighting for NYC: Picture reel of Renzi during debate looking strong
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We are fighting for our rights to good and affordable education, to have affordable housing and not be crushed by the debt of a collapsed housing market through no fault of our own, to have a successful economy where the poorest are cared for and the middle class isn’t dying out. We want a NYC that takes care of its citizens.


George Renzi is proud to say
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our bill in the City Council to grant the permits necessary to build the affordable housing necessary to meet the needs of NYC has passed, and New York will have great affordable housing.


George Renzi is proud to say
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we are ending an era of a drastically underfunded Housing Authority. When you have an organization that it 200 million or more dollars below its required funding for years in a row, it's not going to serve the city as it should. The democratic Party has introduced a law to fully fund the NYC Housing Authority so that this abuse stops.


George Renzi will
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will increasing funding for buying [healthy] school foods, Ensuring Public Schools are all high quality facilities, stopping 3 decades of college costs rising 1000%, Restructuring giant schools through renovations to increase the number of classrooms per building so we can have smaller class sizes


George Renzi is proud to say
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that when I am Mayor, the unsuccessful, wasteful, and unjustifiably racially applied Stop and Frisk program will not be used.


But what about David Bauman?Picture of bauman showing

He has yet to meet with anyone to make his own plans to save the NYCHA.

He has yet to come up with a comprehensive education plan.

He has yet to support any economic to help new york grow besides helping his billionare and millionare campaign funders get lower taxes while we pay the burden of the bill.

David Bauman: In the worse economic recession since the great depression, he says "continue down the sound path we've been on". Using voice clip

We can't keep walking Bauman's path. George Renzi will act now.

Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 25 x = $177,500
Topic: NY Debates
Audience Target: People who want change.
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 Posted: Apr 22 2016, 12:39 AM
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QUOTE (Montbatten @ Apr 21 2016, 09:12 PM)
Republican Party TV Ad - $142,000 (Party Funds)

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George Renzi has promised to double wages, forgive student loans, and end homlessness. Not only are these utopian promises beyond the reach of New York's City Council - but even if they were possible he's given absolutely zero accounting of how he'll pay for any of it.

New York City needs a Mayor who knows what the job can do and does it well - not a flight of fancy with no sense of how to accomplish anything.

Renzi has been called a man of action - but under scrutiny he comes off as a peddler of fantasy. I'd buy his book - but he's just not Mayor material. In this election there is only one realistic choice for Mayor and that is David Bauman.


Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 20 x = $142,000
Topic: What Republicans can't seem to get right.
Audience Target: Mainly People who saw the above quoted ad (Like medicine my ad will be to them), and those who may (Like vaccination my ad will be).

The GOP just can't stop fighting progress. exasperated voice Now they have to stoop so low as to trick New Yorkers about how Renzi will fight for their own self-interests:

George Renzi has promised to help make it so the homeless don't have to beg in front of New York businesses anymore by supporting our soup kitchens, our shelters, and our economic well being as a City that cares for it's residents.

George Renzi has spoken up that we need stop the 30 years of 1000% increase in college costs and help make it affordable again.

George Renzi has promised, as Mayor of the largest city in America and that makes up half of New York state's population, to work with the Governor to help NYC raise its minimum wage to stimulate the economy so people get a livable wage and can afford to go out and shop in NYC's enterprises, bringing job growth and investment from the 'increase in demand' - 3 words music to businesses ears.

George Renzi is running for mayor to get us out of a horrible Recession, while David Bauman wants to keep walking down it's path.

Vote for George Renzi. George Renzi will act.
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Robert Blutarsky
 Posted: Apr 22 2016, 02:55 AM
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Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 20 x = $142,000
Topic: Civil Rights
Audience Target: LGBT Community, LGBT Supporters, Democrats

Robert Blutarsky is standing in front of the Stonewall Inn doing a Surrogate Speech for George Renzi.

Here we are in front of one of the most bloody riots in the history of New York. While we've come a long way from that bloody night in many ways we haven't gone far enough. From the debates we learned a lesson despite what David Bauman says when he comes into LGBT communities he believes the status quo is what our city needs. I am here to speak on behalf of the George Renzi campaign for Mayor.

We believe that the status quo is unacceptable we believe in improving LGBT lives and equality in this country I have introduced bills that would both lower depression and suicide rates in LGBT youth and I've introduced a bill to legalize and recognize marriage in New York City both are bills that George Renzi wholeheartedly supports.

We must fight to end workplace discrimination, allow LGBT partners to have visitation rights in the hospitals, LGBT men and women should have the right to donate blood. Transgendered and Gay persons should not have to worry about hiding who they are from their employers in fear they could lose their jobs. The Democratic Party and George Renzi care about the LGBT and we are asking for your support and your vote for George Renzi when you go to the polls later today.

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 Posted: Apr 22 2016, 07:35 AM
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Type: TV Ads (City Wide) 20 x = $142,000
Topic: Education
Audience Target: Teachers, Parents, Democrats

A Voice is heard as images of kids in classrooms air on the screen.

The Democratic Party and George Renzi believe the children are our future and because of that we want to invest in New York City's Education. That begins with creating a program for Universal Pre-K as studies have shown children who have access to Pre-K schooling options do much better in school and are better prepared than those who were unable to attend due to lack of access, cost or many other reasons.

George Renzi and the Democratic Party also believe in expanding access to after school programs because facts show it improves grades, reading and math proficiency, class participation and student behavior. Everybody should have the access to improve and George Renzi will fight to create more low-cost and affordable after school programs throughout the city.


George Renzi and the Democratic Party also have a plan to make college more affordable in the last three decades the cost of attaining a college degree has increased by 1000% and it's time we make college affordable for all New Yorkers who wish to attend.

Today we ask you to go out of your houses to go to the polling locations and cast your vote for George Renzi and other Democrats for City offices so that we can finally be able to invest in our children. We thank you and hope to see you at the polls.

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