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Tony Strickland Watch: “Unthinkable”

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Tony Strickland’s second television ad: “Unthinkable”
Tony Strickland who is running for California State Senate, District 19, is “on air” with his second television ad of his campaign. Entitled “Unthinkable” the ad seeks to remind us that our economy is threatened by our dependence on foreign oil. Moreover, Strickland seeks to highlight some of the truly incredible technologies that were themselves unthinkable only five years ago and that may in fact lead the transition to a renewable economy that will create new, high paying jobs.

The Script:

“Unthinkable”

$5 gas?

Unthinkable just a decade ago.

As California transitions to a renewable, more energy efficient economy, innovation and technology will lead the way.

Solar foil, ocean waves, even energy from algae.

I’m Tony Strickland.

Renewable energy will create better jobs, lower energy prices and improve our environment, freeing us from our dependence on foreign oil.

Renewable energy….it’s good for the economy and it’s good for California.

I’m Tony Strickland.

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2 thoughts on “Tony Strickland Watch: “Unthinkable”

  1. I agree with Tony Strickland about the renewable energy will create better jobs, lower energy prices and improve our environment, freeing us from our dependence on foreign oil.

  2. Nowadays there are many good technologies, but the economy of many and the world as a whole is fastened on oil. It is good, that there are people thinking not only about money, also about ecology and jobs.

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