Americans for Prosperity, the big-bucks boyos bankrolled by billionaires David and Charles Koch, is in for a dollar already this election cycle.
The independent expenditure group, which spent over $36 million on federal elections in 2012, has just launched a seven-figure ad campaign targeting three Democratic U.S. Senate incumbents.
Press release via Politico’s Playbook:
“Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest grassroots champion for health care freedom, announced the launch of a multimillion dollar ad effort holding three US senators accountable for their support of the President’s health care law. TV ads will begin airing this week that put pressure on Senator Hagan in North Carolina, Senator Landrieu in Louisiana, and … Senator Shaheen in New Hampshire … The ads will run in major media markets for the next three weeks. … Last fall, AFP spent over $16 million on a series of TV ads holding politicians accountable for … ObamaCare, and thanking others who have stood against the law.”
Here’s the ad running in the Granite State:
Be honest, Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere): Are you loving this or what?
Say it with us: Let the wild Whatever-Billion-Dollar rumpus begin!