Crossroads GPS Hits Tim Kaine In $2.6 Million Senate Ad Campaign
WASHINGTON -- The conservative super PAC Crossroads GPS unveiled a series of ads on Tuesday that it will air against three Democratic Senate candidates in critical battleground states at the cost of $2.6 million.
The spots, which were posted on the group's YouTube page, go after former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, and Nevada Rep. Shelley Berkley.
Kaine bears the brunt of the assault, with Crossroads putting up three separate spots criticizing him. One, which is targeted to the Washington D.C./Northern Virginia media market, accuses him of cutting money for public schools -- a charge that one could certainly level at those in the Republican Party who want large cuts to education funding, if not the elimination of the Department of Education outright.
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