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Majority PAC's First Pennsylvania Ad

October 24, 2012

Tuesday afternoon, we reported that Majority PAC was going on the air in Pennsylvania's Senate race. Here's the ad, which hits GOP businessman Tom Smith on education issues and calling him "tea party Tom Smith:"

"Who's looking out for you?" the ad's narrator asks. "Bob Casey knows the key to good jobs is a great education. So Casey voted to increase funding for our schools. And make it easier for the middle class to afford college. But tea party Tom Smith has a different plan. He would eliminate the Department of Education. Think about that: Less money in our classrooms, fewer children in Head Start, less aid for college students."

Majority PAC also announced new ads hitting Republicans in three other Senate races: Indiana (attacking Treasurer Richard Mourdock on Medicare and education), North Dakota (criticizing Rep. Rick Berg on the minimum wage, Social Security, and Medicare), and Nevada (hitting Sen. Dean Heller on ties to "big oil" and voting for tax breaks for oil companies).

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