The O’Malley-Brown campaign today released a new TV ad calling attention to Bob Ehrlich’s budget-busting plans to increase state spending by a billion dollars without plans to pay for these empty promises. The ad, “Trust,” is airing in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. markets.
“Marylanders know that Bob Ehrlich was the biggest spending governor in Maryland history, and that he raised taxes by $3 billion. So it’s no surprise he’s not a leader we can trust when it comes to the budget,” said Rick Abbruzzese, O’Malley-Brown Deputy Campaign Manager.
The O’Malley-Brown campaign today released a new web ad featuring independent media outlets calling Bob Ehrlich’s negative attacks “false,” “dishonest,” and “total malarkey.”
Ehrlich launched negative ads this week in the Washington, D.C. market, capping off a series of since-discredited attacks on economic reports and higher education that have been debunked by independent fact checks.
“Bob Ehrlich’s will do anything to change the subject from his failed record, including misleading voters with false attacks that have been discredited by independent media organizations,” said Tom Russell, O’Malley-Brown Campaign Manager.
“We know that Bob Ehrlich is getting more and more desperate every day as he slips in the polls, but that doesn’t give Ehrlich the right to intentionally mislead voters,” added Russell.