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Monday, September 24, 2012

 9:51 AM 

New NRCC ads target Wall, Kreitlow

The National Republican Congressional Committee today debuted new TV ads running against Dem challengers in the 7th and 8th congressional districts.

The spot in northeastern Wisconsin's 8th CD charges that Green Bay business consultant Jamie Wall would "fit right in" in Washington, criticizing his support for federal health care reform.

"Medicare cuts, lost jobs, massive tax hikes," an announcer says. "Jamie Wall maybe ready for Washington, but are we ready for Jamie?"



The ad in the northwestern 7th CD, meanwhile, says former state Sen. Pat Kreitlow is "trying an extreme makeover" in his bid for Congress.

The spot alleges that Kreitlow voted for the largest tax increase and contributed to the largest deficit in state history, and shows the candidate saying, "You can’t tax your way to prosperity," and, "Democrats won’t cut the waste."

"Nice try Pat, but your record is clear, and your makeover won’t work," an announcer says to close the ad.



-- By Andy Szal


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