Outside Group Targets Minn.’s Cravaack With TV Ads
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A political fund targeting Republicans is going after GOP Rep. Chip Cravaack with $120,000 of TV and online ads in northeastern Minnesota.
A Washington-based super PAC called Friends of Democracy announced the ad purchase Thursday as part of a push against four Republican House members. The TV ad portrays the Republicans as beholden to corporations.
Cravaack is a top Democratic target this year as he seeks re-election in a district that had long been represented by Democrats.
He will face the winner of Tuesday’s primary between Democrats Jeff Anderson, Tarryl Clark and Rick Nolan.
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