Friends of Democracy, called the anti-super PAC super PAC, is dropping $700,000 on TV ads targeting four Republican lawmakers, the group said Thursday.
The ads focus on Reps. Dan Lungren of California, Sean Duffy of Wisconsin, Charlie Bass of New Hampshire and Chip Cravaack of Minnesota.
The ads show a family at a baseball game that repeatedly are told to move from their seats because they've been bought by a lobbyist to court a congressman. The ad asks voters to "get in the game" by unseating the incumbent lawmaker.
The spots will run for two weeks in each district.
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