Fight For Tomorrow Expands First Wave of Advertising in Virginia

Running Over Seven Days in NoVa, Richmond and Hampton Roads & in The Washington Post

September 17, 2013

AUSTIN, TX – National Super PAC, Fight For Tomorrow, today announced that due to the positive response it has received throughout Virginia it has expanded the first wave of paid media in their Virginia campaign.

Initially limited to television ads over only two days (September 12-13) in Richmond and Washington, DC and a full page print ad in The Washington Post, the six-figure media buy is now running thru tomorrow (a seven-day run), and expanded in frequency in the two original markets and includes the Hampton Roads media market.

Fight For Tomorrow’s first ad, “Don’t Let Them Detroit Virginia,” unmasks the forces behind the massive financial effort to elect left wing embed Terry McAuliffe as the next Governor of Virginia and calls out the media for failing to hold McAuliffe accountable for his record of false statements, failed endeavors, empty rhetoric and hyper-liberal agenda.

Fight For Tomorrow spokesman Matt Mackowiak said, “Fight For Tomorrow will continue to hold unqualified huckster Terry McAuliffe accountable for his atrocious record. Virginians who want to find a good job, raise their family or start a business are directly threatened by McAuliffe’s support for Cap and Trade, Obamacare, and massive new proposed spending – all part of his liberal agenda.”

More information on the effort may be found at

In less than a full week since we launched, we have secured impactful media coverage and received a significant response:

You may watch our ad here.