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CUPVF Spending $100,000 On Television Ad Campaign To Defeat Dick Lugar

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, announced a $100,000 television advertisement campaign to defeat endangered Republican incumbent Senator Dick Lugar. The ad highlights Senator Lugar’s disastrous economic record and will run from May 1st to May 7th.

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Title: “Economic Disaster” TV (:30)

Script:


Dick Lugar’s economic record: A disaster.
But what Lugar did with our money -- even worse.
Lugar was reckless. He bailed out Wall Street…
…voted for billions in earmarks…
…raised the debt ceiling by trillions…
Reckless with our money…
…a big spender we can’t afford…
State Treasurer Richard Mourdock cut his budget and earned over one billion dollars for Indiana taxpayers.
Vote constitutional conservative Richard Mourdock for Senate.
Citizens United Political Victory Fund is responsible for the content of this advertising.

  
    

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