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The Senate Majority PAC on Friday rolled out a $1 million ad buy against incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), becoming the latest Democratic group to hit Johnson on air following the announcement of his reelection bid.
The top Senate Democratic super PAC'son television markets in the Badger State, as well as on digital and streaming platforms.
The ad comes after Johnson's campaign released two ads after he announced he would seek a third term in the upper chamber. In one of the ads, Johnson explained why he was running for another term despite saying six years ago that he would only serve two terms in the Senate.
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Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson (R) is going to run for reelection, sources have confirmed with multiple outlets. Two sources familiar with the decision told CBS News that the Republican would announce his reelection next week. "I'm not ready to say anything," Johnson told CNN, though the outlet reported that one GOP source has confirmed that he will announce the decision next week. "I do all kinds of events," Johnson said when asked if the announcement would happen in the upcoming week.
"With Democrats in total control, our nation is on a very dangerous path. If you're in a position to make our country safer and stronger, would you just walk away? I decided I can't," Johnson says in the spot.
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The Senate Majority PAC ad hits Johnson over the comments.
"It's no surprise Johnson broke his promise to only serve two Senate terms," the ad says.
The ad is the latest spot from a Democratic group attacking Johnson ahead of the midterms. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committeead on Sunday shortly after Johnson announced his reelection campaign.
Candidates running in the state's Senate Democratic primary have slammed Johnson's reelection announcement, painting him as a politician beholden to special interests.
GOP Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, a top foil for Democrats who pledged to only serve for two terms, poised to run for reelection to a third term: sources
The development would give the GOP its preferred candidate in the hotly-contested swing state and comes after months of lobbying by GOP leaders.The development would give the GOP its preferred candidate in the hotly-contested Midwestern swing state and comes after months of intense speculation about Johnson's political future.
Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes (D) said in a statement that the only people celebrating the announcement were Johnson's "donors and corporate special interests," while Outagamie County executive Tom Nelson said in a statement Johnson has spent the last ten years "catering to the ultra-wealthy millionaires and corporate interests." Wisconsin state treasurer Sarah Godlewski blasted Johnson for announcing his reelection bid in the Wall Street Journal, calling it a sign of how much Johnson "has left Wisconsin and our working families behind."
Barnes's campaignon Wednesday it hads raised nearly $150,000 following Johnson's reelection announcement.
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