Wednesday, October 22, 2008

As Seen On TV

Will Democrats have 60 Senate seats when the next Congress starts? Maybe, maybe not. But here's some good ads being used to get us there.

We'll start with a tremendous new ad for Democrat Kay Hagan in North Carolina on how Republican incumbent Elizabeth Dole is pretty much a no-show on the Senate Banking Committee but always shows up to take money from Wall Street:

Minnesota Republican Norm Coleman is… Running Man II:

In Kentucky, Democrat Bruce Lunsford hits back at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell:

Republican John Sununu thinks voters in New Hampshire should "quit complaining" about the health care crisis… No wonder former Governor Jeanne Shaheen is about to clean his clock in two weeks.

And the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee absolutely nails Mississippi's Roger Wicker on how many times he voted against raising the minimum wage -- but not against his own pay increases:

Please visit our candidates and, if you can, toss $10.00 or $20.00 their way for a very worthy cause:

Al Franken (Minnesota)
Kay Hagan (North Carolina)
Bruce Lunsford (Kentucky)
Ronnie Musgrove (Mississippi)
Jeanne Shaheen (New Hampshire)