AFSCME's latest television spot, entitled "Doors," focuses on the choice voters face in the November mid-term election. More here: http://www.afscme.org/press/29088.cfm The television spot will run for two weeks in media markets in four states: Michigan, Nevada, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Democratic candidates in those states are now under attack in part because of their support for the Jobs Bill passed in August which provided states with $26 billion in emergency funding for vital services. In addition, the union will run radio spots and will run ads on selected websites. The ads will air for two weeks beginning Sept. 7, 2010. AFSCME Pres. Gerald W. McEntee said the ads are part of the union's $50 million effort this year: "We are going to do everything we can to make sure voters understand who worked to save our struggling economy, and who chose to play politics with our lives and jobs. We will support those who stood with us. The choice in this election is too important for anyone to sit on the sidelines." The ads highlight the fact that Democrats supported the Jobs Bill enacted in August with only four Republican votes, two each in the House and Senate. Text: IT'S PRETTY SIMPLE. WHILE DEMOCRATS PUSHED THROUGH A JOBS BILL THAT KEPT THE DOORS OPEN AT LOCAL SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS AND SENIOR CENTERS, REPUBLICANS VOTED TO LAY OFF HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS. WHILE DEMOCRATS LOOKED OUT FOR US, PAYING FOR THIS BILL BY ELIMINATING CORPORATE LOOPHOLES, REPUBLICANS LOOKED OUT FOR CEOs WHO SHIPPED JOBS OVERSEAS. IT'S A CLEAR CHOICE THIS NOVEMBER. EITHER WE OPEN DOORS TO A BETTER FUTURE, OR WE SLAM THE DOOR IN ITS FACE.