CPS campaign hits the airwaves
The improved fundraising for the CPS levy campaign this spring is paying off, at least judging by a large radio buy this week.
Cincinnatians Active to Support Education, the campaign committee for the levy, poured nearly $40,000 into a radio advertising campaign that started Tuesday.
The committee paid for two one-minute spots, one telling voters that CPS has waiting 8 years between tax hikes for day-to-day spending, nearly twice the wait for most Ohio school districts, and another appealing to parents to support Issue 10.
The spots will run in "all prime radio times" on Warm 98, MOJO, The Buzz, Q102, WIZF, WCIN and WGRR said campaign coordinator Jan Leslie.
Here's one of the spots.