You won’t believe this!
The insurance billionaire behind Prop 33 isn’t just lying about his phony proposal in the television ads airing this week. He is actually using paid employees to impersonate “real drivers” and not disclosing it to voters. We have the proof in this short video.
Campaign finance law requires that campaigns disclose if they are using paid spokespeople in their television ads, but the insurer-funded Prop 33 campaign didn’t disclose to viewers that it used two employees of its paid PR firm in advertisements to pose as average drivers.
You can help spread the word. Watch the short video and post it to your Facebook, Twitter and other accounts.
California voters shouldn’t be deceived by one insurance billionaire, Mercury Insurance’s George Joseph, who has spent $8.4 million to pass Prop 33. Our friends, family and co-workers deserve to know the truth.
When was the last time an insurance billionaire spent $8.4 million on a ballot measure to save consumers money?
Posted by Jamie Court, President of Consumer Watchdog Campaign and leader of StopProp33.com. For more information about the campaign visit us on Facebook and on Twitter.