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Senate Majority PAC Releases Second Ad Attacking Ayotte at Home

Ayotte, center, is the target of a new ad by a Democratic super PAC. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)
Ayotte, center, is the target of a new ad by a Democratic super PAC. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC that backs Senate Democrats, on Wednesday released its second ad attacking Sen. Kelly Ayotte, the New Hampshire Republican who is a top target in 2016.  

The 30-second spot, which runs through Sept. 17, blasts Ayotte for “helping the Washington special interests, not you,” charging the freshman Republican with supporting tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas.  

The ad is backed by a $300,000 buy , WMUR reported Monday. It’s Senate Majority PAC’s second ad in the race , and brings Democrats’ total spending in the state to $550,000.  

Republican groups, on the other hand, have spent more than $2 million attacking Gov. Maggie Hassan — who Democrats hope will challenge Ayotte in 2016. Hassan is still mulling whether to run , a decision she’s put on hold as she deals with an impasse in the state legislature over the budget.  

The New Hampshire Senate race will be key to which party controls the Senate. Democrats must net five seats to gain the majority in the Senate. And since New Hampshire voted for President Barack Obama twice, Democrats say the state is ripe for a pick-up in 2016.  

The Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report /Roll Call rates the New Hampshire race as Leans Republican .  


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