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August Attack: Six Secretly Funded Outside Groups Launch Ads Against Sherrod With Five Running Simultaneously As Third Party Spending Hits $15.2 Million In Effort To Keep Josh Mandel Afloat
Secretly funded third party groups have launched an all out attack against Sherrod Brown in the month of August, with six different groups attacking Sherrod including five different groups running ads simultaneously to lie about his record and keep Josh Mandel’s campaign afloat.
Pushing the total amount of outside spending against Sherrod Brown to $15.2 million, the six groups spending in August are:
Crossroads GPS - Spending $2.6 million this month
60 Plus - Spending 200k this month
Americans For Prosperity - Spending 76k on radio this month
Government Integrity Fund – Spending 557k this month
National Association Of Manufacturers – 256k this month
Chamber of Commerce – 354k this month
Total – $4 million
And Josh Mandel needs every penny. A small sampling of his August headlines are strikingly similar to every other month of Mandel’s campaign of errors.
Toledo Blade – Democrats blast U.S. Senate candidate Mandel for ‘drawl’
TPM Livewire – Josh Mandel ad touts award from illusive conservative group
Columbus Dispatch – Op-Ed: Josh Mandel “becoming known as the candidate of the big lie”
Huffington Post – Josh Mandel, Ohio Tea Party-backed candidate, releases misleading ad
Without Sherrod Brown remaining the number one target of secretly funded third party groups, Josh Mandel would’ve been out of this race a long time ago. Read more below.
Politico – Josh Mandel Kept Afloat By Outside Cash
- Cleveland.com: Sen. Sherrod Brown, 93 other members of Congress arrive in Alabama for civil rights pilgrimage
- The Columbus Dispatch: Sen. Brown urges extension of child health care program
- The Clermont Sun: Standing up for American jobs by addressing trade cheats
- Rachel Maddow Show: Democrats see advantage in running on Obama economic record in 2016
- The Blade: Sen. Brown seeks extend health program funding