Florida Hometown Democracy, the political action committee promoting the passage of Amendment 4 this November, unveiled its latest ad today, citing reporting by The Florida Independent’s Dan Sweeney on how developers that are collecting massive federal tax breaks are also pouring money into defeating Amendment 4.

Titled “Monsters,” the clip uses vintage black-and-white horror movie clips to depict “monsters trying to strangle your vote,” among them “corporate special interests trying to kill Amendment 4,” the “giant developers who got the big-government bailouts,” the “corporate vampires who suck Florida’s land dry” and the “zombie political insiders who lurk in the shadows and feed on your tax dollars.”

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