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Leaving Landrieu: Louisiana Women Voters Boost Cassidy in New Ad

By    |   Friday, 26 Sep 2014 08:55 PM

Louisiana Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy unveiled a new campaign ad Friday that features three women who said they'd previously voted for three-term incumbent Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu – but were ditching her for Cassidy this election because of her support for Obamacare.

The ad for Landrieu's top challenger will begin running Saturday, according to Roll Call, which said it got a first-peak at the spot.

"Senator Landrieu, I voted for you before, but when you voted for Obamacare, I knew I had made a mistake," one woman identified only as "Rose" declares.

"We’re voting for Bill Cassidy," "Rose" concludes.

"He stands up to Barack Obama," adds a second voter, identified as "Gerry."

"And he'll vote to repeal and replace Obamacare,” declares a third voter identified as "Ginger."

The ad will run statewide and is initially backed by a $400,000 buy, Roll Call reported.

Landrieu and Cassidy are expected to advance to a Dec. 6 runoff because of the number of candidates running in the November primary; Cassidy holds a slight lead in recent polling.

Roll Call notes the Louisiana race is a top target of national Republicans, who need a net gain of six seats to win a majority in the Senate.

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Louisiana Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy unveiled a new campaign ad Friday that features three women who said they'd previously voted for three-term incumbent Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu – but were ditching her for Cassidy this election because of her support for Obamacare.
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