Unintimidated PAC [pro-Walker super PAC)]

"Fight and Win" +

:60 ad to run in "all major Iowa markets" starting Sept. 8, 2015 (announced Sept. 3).

[Music, Nat. Sound]

Male Announcer:  Madison, Wisconsin, 2011.

Big government union bosses lead thousands of liberal activists in protest against Gov. Scott Walker's bold reforms.  They storm the Capitol, threaten his safety, even try to recall him. 

But Scott Walker never backs down.  To eliminate a huge $3.6 billion deficit, he takes decisive action.

The results. 

A billion dollar surplus.  Two billion dollars in tax relief, the unemployment rate cut nearly in half, and Walker forces government unions to pay their fair share for benefits, just like everyone else does.

Time after time Scott Walker fights and wins.

Walker (clip from speech):  Our big, bold reforms here in Wisconsin took the power out of th hands of the big government special interests and put them firmly into the hands of the hard-working taxpayers.  [cheers]  Now more than ever America needs a president who will fight and win for America.

Male Announcer:  Unintimidated PAC is responsible for the content of this advertising.

Notes: The ad opens with about 15 seconds of actual footage from the 2011 protests, then touches on some of Walkers accomplishments.

According to the Sept. 3 press release from Unintimidated PAC..

"In early August, Unintimidated PAC announced that it had reserved more than $7 million in television time in Iowa from September 8 through February 1, 2016 (the day of the Iowa Caucus). Last evening, it was reported that Unintimidated PAC reserved more than $9 million for advertising in New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada - expanding the electoral map to all of the February primary and caucus states. 

“Governor Walker is known for taking on the big government union bosses and liberal special interests, but it’s his results of turning deficits into surpluses, returning surpluses to taxpayers with billions in tax cuts, expanding school choice, and fighting to make government unions pay their fair share like the rest of us that separate him from other candidates," said Brad Dayspring, a Senior Advisor to the Pro-Walker Super PAC. "Republican voters looking for a conservative who not only fights but wins these battles even in the toughest circumstances will find their candidate in Governor Walker, whose record of conservative accomplishments resonates in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada, and beyond.”