‘Substantial’ ad campaign for twin tunnels

A group calling itself Californians for Water Security launched a public relations campaign today in support of Gov. Jerry Brown’s twin tunnels project.

A press release says the “comprehensive, multi-year campaign” aims to “fix California’s broken water distribution system through implementation of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP),” as the tunnels plan is formally known.

Membership consists mostly of chambers of commerce and various farm groups. The NAACP is also listed as a supporter.

A phone number on the coalition website belongs to the Bicker, Castillo & Fairbanks Public Affairs office in Sacramento.

Expect a blitz of ads. Coalition spokeswoman Robin Swanson would not say how much money is to be spent on the campaign, but did say the ad buy is “substantial.”

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