Over $7M Toward Fighting Back Against Latest Crossroads Smears
Washington, D.C. [October 31, 2012] – Majority PAC today announced the launch of the final installment in its ongoing ad campaigns in a number of competitive Senate contests. The group’s new spending comes one day after the announcement of millions of dollars in new false attacks from Karl Rove’s Crossroads.
The ads, set to air in Montana, Wisconsin, Indiana, North Dakota, Virginia, Connecticut and Florida will be on the air throughout the final week of the campaign.
In Montana, Majority PAC released a TV ad, “Different,” slamming Dennis Rehberg for cutting himself a sweet deal in Washington at the expense of taxpayers in Montana, including his five votes to raise his own pay. “Different” is available here with backup available here.
The group also announced two different radio ads in Montana. “One Thing” hammers Rehberg for turning his back on firefighters, while “Out Here” hits Rehberg’s votes to raise his own pay with Montana taxpayer money. “One Thing” is available here, with backup available here. “Out Here” is available here, with backup available here.
The Wisconsin ad, “This Is How It Feels,” contrasts Tommy Thompson and Tammy Baldwin on the critical issue of outsourcing, which helped Thompson make millions while Wisconsin families lost everything. “This Is How It Feels” is available here, with backup available here.
The North Dakota ad, “Taxpayers,” hits Rick Berg for sticking taxpayers with the bill for his private plane and luxury hotels while voting against North Dakota families. “Taxpayers” is available here, with backup available here.
Majority PAC also went up with a radio ad in North Dakota, slamming for failing to represent the people who entrusted him with their vote. The radio ad, “Nobody to Him,” is available here with backup available here.
In Connecticut, Majority PAC is up with a joint buy, partnering with Patriot Majority USA, IAFF, and Connecticut’s Future PAC on an ad highlighting the extreme positions Linda McMahon is trying to hide from voters. The ad, “Don’t Be Fooled,” is available here with backup available here.
In Florida, Majority PAC is up with “Reckless,” a new radio ad slamming Connie Mack troubling history of personal debt and liens, while supporting a risky scheme to privatize Social Security Floridians depend on. “Reckless” is available here, with backup available here.