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American Crossroads’ radio spots, meanwhile, are targeting the following Democrats, none of whom earned more than 54 percent of the vote last month: New York Reps. Tim Bishop, Bill Owens and Maurice Hinchey as well as Reps. Gabrielle Giffords (Ariz.), Jim Costa (Calif.), Sanford Bishop (Ga.), Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Ben Chandler (Ky.), Gary Peters (Mich.), Heath Shuler (N.C.), Jason Altmire (Pa.) and Gerry Connolly (Va.).
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokeswoman Jennifer Crider responded to the new ads in a statement.
“After two years of negative, misleading advertising, Karl Rove’s American Crossroads GPS is at it again with more lies funded by secret sources,” Crider said. “Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats are fighting for tax cuts and no amount of false advertising changes that fact.”
Correction: Dec. 15, 2010
The original story misstated the number of districts in which American Crossroads launched radio ads. The group is launching ads in 12 districts.