Bauer Sets $1 Million for Ads vs. 10 Democrats

Thursday, 14 Oct 2010 03:15 PM

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Like many other Republicans, former presidential candidate Gary Bauer is emphasizing green for the midterms: as in cash, to help GOP candidates. Bauer announced Thursday that his political action committee CWF (Campaign for Working Families) will dole out more than $1 million for ads to help bring down 10 Democrats running for Congress, Politico reports.  CWF dedicates itself to electing pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise candidates.

Bauer, Republicans, million, DemocratsThe hit list includes four Senate candidates and six for the House. The unlucky Senate candidates are Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas, Joe Sestak of Pennsylvania, and Kendrick Meek in Florida.

The House targets include Reps. Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, Ike Skelton of Missouri, Mark Schauer of Michigan, Steve Driehaus of Ohio, Glenn Nye of Virginia, and candidate Gary McDowell in Michigan.

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