“Governor Culver’s I-Jobs program is the signature accomplishment of his term, and it’s amounted to higher unemployment and skyrocketing debt,” said Branstad 2010 campaign manager Jeff Boeyink. “If he intends to hang his hat on this sprawling debt program, we believe Iowans should know what exactly they’re paying for, and how much it is going to cost.”
Culver’s I-Jobs program has been under scrutiny recently because the Governor has been unable to tell Iowans how many jobs have actually been created by the program. Branstad’s ad says that the jobs Culver promised are nowhere to be found.
The ad goes on to say that the only thing that Iowans got out of Culver’s I-Jobs program is $1.7 billion in debt that will cost taxpayers $55 million a year to repay.
“It is time for a proven, effective manager like Terry Branstad to again lead this state to prosperity and growth through meaningful job creation efforts,” Boeyink concluded.
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