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    California Uses Unaltered Photos For Travel Ads

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    CALIFORNIA — The Sunshine State has launched a new marketing campaign using unaltered photos to showcase transparency in hopes to get more tourists to visit the State.

    “We wanted to be transparent about who we are and what this State stands for,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom. “After watching some of the past travel ads we put out there I realized that we were painting a false picture of what this State looks like. I mean I didn’t even recognize any of the pictures I was looking at. Granted I have only ever flown over that State so I don’t really know what it looks like to begin with — but still I want to be a Governor of transparency.”

    We used to spends months on altering these images to remove all the homeless people, graffiti, or even crimes being committed in the background,” said head of California Department of Tourism, Mark Saddlehog. “But this new campaign was a snap. I mean it still took awhile to get a picture without a crime being committed in the background, but we eventually got it.”

    Democrats are unsure about the Governor being too transparent. Senator Dianne Feinstein had this to say, “I don’t understand these youngsters — transparency is a word you use, but never something you do. Maybe I need to teach them how it’s done.”

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