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Petition: No Ads on Sesame Street

In the first debate, we saw Mitt Romney grasping at straws, trying to defend his plan to cut taxes for the ultra-wealthy.

What did he come up with? Telling our nation that he’d cut government support of public broadcasting – and critical educational programming like Sesame Street – and that they should start running ads instead.

Not on our watch. Sign my petition and let’s tell Mitt Romney: Say no to ads on Sesame Street.

-Jeff Merkley

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Meet Jeff Merkley

Jeff Merkley was born in the small town of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, the son of a sawmill worker.Jeff Merkley and Family As an advocate and a state legislator, he always fought hard for working families in Oregon. And now, as U.S. Senator, he's working every day for families in Oregon and across the country.

His progressive commitment is clear - working for economic recovery and family-wage jobs, clean energy that puts Americans to work and combats the climate crisis, affordable health care for all Americans. Learn more about Jeff Merkley.

Connect with Jeff Meet Jeff Merkley

Jeff Merkley was born in the small town of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, the son of a sawmill worker. As an advocate and a state legislator, he always fought hard for working families in Oregon. And now, as U.S. Senator, he's working every day for families in Oregon and across the country.

His progressive commitment is clear - working for economic recovery and family-wage jobs, clean energy that puts Americans to work and combats the climate crisis, affordable health care for all Americans. Learn more about Jeff Merkley.