Leticia Van de Putte Launches First Two TV Ads: “Respeto” & “Twice”
This weekend, Leticia Van de Putte is releasing her first two television ads, one in English and a separate ad in Spanish. The 30-second spots are a significant buy in multiple major media markets, as well as markets with a dominant Latino population.
In “Twice,” Leticia Van de Putte directly calls out Dan Patrick, who voted twice against our kids. Patrick’s cuts to our neighborhood schools in 2011 resulted in the loss of 11,000 teacher jobs. In 2013, Leticia worked across the aisle with many Republicans to put Texas first and support our students. Despite bipartisan support for our neighborhood schools, Dan Patrick voted against our kids — again.
In “Respeto,” Leticia Van de Putte shares about the respect that every Texan deserves. Leticia introduces her immigrant grandmothers; as well as the service of her mother, a teacher, and that of her father, a veteran. Texans never give up, and Leticia — a mother of six, grandmother of six, pharmacist and a State Senator — commits to continue the fight to protect the future of our kids.
Leticia Van de Putte released the following statement:
“To put Texas first, we must listen, have respect for all Texans, and commit to doing right by our children. Texas parents know that cutting down our neighborhood schools is unacceptable. Dan Patrick voted twice against our kids, I voted to protect them. I’ll be the Lieutenant Governor who puts the politics aside, and puts Texas schools first.”