New Ad: Katie Hobbs Campaign Unveils New Spot Highlighting Plan to Cut Taxes for Arizona Families
‘Solutions Can’t Wait’ touts the comprehensive solutions Hobbs has championed to tackle rising costs
PHOENIX – Secretary of State and Democratic nominee for governor Katie Hobbs’ comprehensive plans to tackle one of the state’s toughest challenges – rising costs – are about to reach voters directly in their homes following the release of her latest ad.
The ad represents another seven-figure investment made by Hobbs’s campaign and the Arizona Democratic Party to deliver her solutions-focused message to voters with just weeks to go before early voting starts. Titled “Solutions Can’t Wait,” the ad carries the central message she has championed since the inception of her campaign and dons the name of the multi-day tours she has taken to speak face-to-face with voters and key stakeholders across the state.
Unlike her out-of-touch opponent Kari Lake, Hobbs has spent the entirety of her campaign laser-focused on listening to everyday Arizonans and delivering realistic plans to tackle everything from soaring inflation to the state’s neglected education system, the worsening water crisis and the all-out war on reproductive rights. Last week, Hobbs shared her own story of losing her home to foreclosure during the financial crisis and driving for Uber to keep her family afloat. Hobbs’ personal story reflects the same challenges everyday Arizonans are facing today with skyrocketing housing costs and inflation.
The ad begins airing today on broadcast and cable in media markets throughout the state as well as across digital platforms.
Inflation. Housing. Groceries.
The price of everything is going up. But Katie Hobbs has a plan.
For too long, politicians have pointed fingers and passed the buck instead of getting anything done.
What’s Katie Hobbs going to get done?
Cut income taxes for 800,000 families. And eliminate the sales tax on diapers, school supplies and medicines.
Arizona, these solutions can’t wait. And I have a plan. Let’s get to work.