The 2012 Midterm Elections

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Hello all, I would kind of like to do a thread for each race but for now I will run only one thread. If anyone has anything to say about any national election anywhere in the country I would love to hear it. To start off how about an attack ad that is running right now against Senator Kay Hagan (R-NC) paid for by Americans for Prosperity.

[ame=http://youtu.be/oA1a4FNesPI]Best Friends, Hagan + Obama - YouTube[/ame]
 
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Alaska Senator Mark Begich Democratic

"A super-PAC backing Alaska Senate candidate Dan Sullivan (R) is up with its first radio ads, attacking Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) and touting the former attorney general's candidacy.

Sullivan, a former George W. Bush appointee who has deep ties to some Washington power players, jumped into the race late last year after Alaska Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell (R) failed to catch fire in his fundraising efforts. He, Treadwell and 2010 Senate nominee Joe Miller (R), a Tea Party candidate, are vying for the nomination in the August primary to face Begich, who's top GOP target."

Read more: Super-PAC ads hit 'Malarkey Mark' Begich | TheHill
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"The U.S. Senate campaign of Dan Sullivan announced today how much money he collected in his first three months of fund-raising – $1.2 million.
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A survey by Ivan Moore published last month shows Treadwell leading with 34 percent of the vote in a three-way Republican primary, but Sullivan was close behind, nearly within the margin of error. The survey showed Joe Miller winning in much of the Railbelt, including Fairbanks, Mat-Su and the Kenai Peninsula, and Treadwell ahead in Anchorage and Southeast."
Former DNR Commissioner Dan Sullivan Raises $1.2 Million For Senate Race | Alaska Public Media
 
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The conservative Judicial Crisis Network will begin airing an ad in Alaska on Wednesday attacking Sen. Mark Begich (D) for voting to confirm President Barack Obama’s judicial nominees.

The conservative group already has run six-figure ad buys against Arkansas’ Mark Pryor and Louisiana’s Mary Landrieu, two other vulnerable Democratic incumbent senators up for reelection next year in red states.

Carrie Severino, chief counsel to the network, said she hopes the ad scares Begich into voting against some Obama nominees facing confirmation in the near future.

Read more: Ad blasts Mark Begich over judge votes - James Hohmann - POLITICO.com
 
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Alaska Senator Mark Begich Democratic

"A super-PAC backing Alaska Senate candidate Dan Sullivan (R) is up with its first radio ads, attacking Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) and touting the former attorney general's candidacy.
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