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See the very optimistic new campaign ads for Measure M

Metro's transit-expanding ballot measure will "change your life" With the November election less than a month away, supporters of Measure M, Metro’s proposed half-cent sales tax increase to fund future transit projects, have released a series of ads promoting the ballot initiative. The Yes on M Campaign, an independent coalition of Measure M backers, rolled out the four TV spots over the weekend, trying to making a quick impact on voters just in time for the arrival of vote by mail ballots.
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