GOP Super PAC Goes After Gingrey

Bid to keep him out of the runoff.

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Scott Bland
April 9, 2014, 7:35 a.m.

After train­ing its sights on phil­an­throp­ist Michelle Nunn (D) with a re­cent TV ad, the su­per PAC End­ing Spend­ing is go­ing after Rep. Phil Gin­grey (R-11) in a new ad and “has bought $1.3 mil­lion in ad time between now and the May 20 primary.” The ad “ac­cuses Gin­grey … of such Wash­ing­ton sins as re­quest­ing ear­marks and vot­ing to in­crease the debt lim­it” and com­plain­ing about the con­gres­sion­al salary. (At­lanta Journ­al-Con­sti­tu­tion) (ad at link) The ads rep­res­ent an ef­fort to keep the well-fun­ded but some­times con­tro­ver­sial Gin­grey out of a primary run­off.

That ad comes just as Gin­grey re­leases an­oth­er TV ad in which he wears his lab coat and steth­e­scope and touts his votes to re­peal Obama­care. (re­lease)

NUNN URGES KEY­STONE OK. Nunn said Monday “that she would sup­port com­ple­tion” of the Key­stone pipeline. (At­lanta Journ­al-Con­sti­tu­tion)


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