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NYC mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa drops $250K on Spanish TV ads



New York City’s GOP mayoral hopeful Curtis Sliwa is last but not least hitting the airwaves next 7 days with a $250,000 television advert obtain focusing totally on Spanish language New Yorkers.

“We feel that the Latino vote is going to be particularly important in this election. It is rising more substantial and larger sized than at any time right before and Curtis has a following amongst folks of Spanish talking heritage,” marketing campaign senior advisor Rob Cole told The Publish.

The ads, which will air on the two cable and broadcast stations, will land on town televisions Tuesday and operate for two months. English language advertisements are also planned.

The burst on to television comes as the chronically underfunded Sliwa marketing campaign appears to be like to make a dash to the finish, soon after he eventually been given city general public matching resources on Thursday.

“My campaign has acquired $2.6 million in community matching cash, introducing to my campaign’s momentum,” Sliwa said Thursday. “Now, I am challenging Eric Adams to a September discussion. Let us give the voters what they are worthy of: serious discussion about our City’s future!”

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Sliwa is at last hitting the airwaves subsequent week with a $250,000 television advertisement acquire.
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With the funds also arrives the in the vicinity of certainty of at minimum two tv debates among Sliwa and Adams, his Democratic rival, who also received a further $1,952,004 from the town Campaign Finance Board this week.

Adams remains the overpowering standard election beloved in deep blue NYC, just after narrowly winning the Democratic key in June.


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