In Hotly Contested Indiana, North Dakota, and Montana, GOP Nominees’ Hostility to Social Security Place Candidates Far Outside the Mainstream
In Ohio, Josh Mandel’s Short Record of Public Service Ridden with Cronyism
WASHINGTON D.C. [August 21, 2012] – Majority PAC and Patriot Majority USA today announced a new $1.6 million advertising campaign in Indiana, North Dakota, Montana and Ohio. With the new ads beginning Tuesday, Majority PAC and Patriot Majority will be on the air in Nevada, Virginia, Indiana, North Dakota, Montana and Ohio — six states essential to maintaining the Democratic majority in the Senate.
Majority PAC’s ad in Indiana, “Unconstitutional,” highlights extremist Richard Mourdock’s deeply unpopular views on Medicare and Social Security, including his support for raising the retirement age and for cutting benefits to retirees. “Unconstitutional” will run across the state, and is available here with backup available here.
Majority PAC’s ad in North Dakota, “Sly One,” holds Rick Berg accountable for his deceptions and for ducking debate on his past votes to end Medicare, and his support for a risky plan to privatize Social Security. “Sly One” is running statewide, and is available here with backup available here.
Patriot Majority’s ad in Montana, “Means,” examines the disastrous consequences that Dennis Rehberg’s support for the deeply unpopular Social Security privatization scheme would have on thousands of Montana families. “Means” will run statewide, and is available at Patriot Majority’s website here, with backup available here.
Majority PAC’s ad in Ohio, “Stocked,” targets Josh Mandel’s record of what the Cleveland Plain Dealer called “partisan patronage,” giving taxpayer-funded jobs to his college friends while refusing to fight for Ohio families. “Stocked” is available here, with backup available here.