"Told The Wall Street Banks to Clean Up Their Act"
New TV Ad notes TIME Magazine called her one of the "New Sheriffs" of Wall Street
BOSTON -- Massachusetts men and women explain why they like Elizabeth Warren, praising her leadership taking on Wall Street and creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and saying, "She's the real deal" in the campaign's latest television ad released today.
The ad notes that TIME Magazine named Warren one of the "New Sheriffs of Wall Street" (in a 2010 cover story) and The Boston Globe named her "Bostonian of the Year" (in 2009), citing her advocacy for middle class families.
The transcript of the ad follows.
WOMAN: Her father was janitor; my father was a janitor.
MAN: She's one of us!
ANNCR: The Boston Globe said Elizabeth Warren has stood up for the middle class with dogged determination.
MAN: I think she's gonna be a fighter.
ANNCR: Time Magazine called her one of the new Sheriffs of Wall Street.
WOMAN: She told all the Wall Street banks to clean up their act.
MAN: She said no more hand outs
WOMAN: The consumer protection agency she started is vital.
WOMAN: Big banks, institutions, Wall Street -- she's not afraid of anybody.
MAN: She's the real deal.
ELIZABETH WARREN: I'm Elizabeth Warren and I approve this message.