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‘Unemployed’ man in Dem attack ad has a job

Fox News reports:

The Democratic Governors Association has again run into trouble with one of the ads it is funding, this time using a picture of a man employed by a company that has praised Maine Republican Governor Paul LePage to represent one of the state‚??s unemployed.

The ad comes from Maine Forward PAC, a group funded largely by the DGA, which threw nearly $1 million into the group in September alone. The DGA was one of the founding organizations for the PAC, along with some of Maine‚??s largest labor unions.

The ad attempts to paint a somber picture of Maine‚??s economic situation, and blames LePage for the state‚??s 40,000 unemployed individuals. But the main image used to represent the unemployed is a man named Roger Gay who is not unemployed at all.

Not only does Gay have a job, but his employer, General Dynamics, has praised the economic policies of LePage‚??s administration.

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