WASHINGTON – The Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC) today released the ad “Livelihood” in Massachusetts’ 6th congressional district race, highlighting Seth Moulton’s record of looking out for his own pocketbook at the expense of middle-class families.
Seth Moulton invested in a company that outsourced Massachusetts jobs overseas, and in another company investigated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for a mortgage insurance kickback scheme. But when Gloucester fishermen needed disaster assistance, Seth Moulton called the relief a “handout.”
The ad will run on Boston broadcast and cable as part of CLF’s $500,000 independent expenditure in the race.
“For middle-class Massachusetts families, Seth Moulton is the definition of ‘out of touch,’” said Emily Davis, spokeswoman for Congressional Leadership Fund. “Seth Moulton is more interested in making money for himself than he is in the jobs and homes of families working to make ends meet.”
ANNCR: Some people only care about getting rich – no matter who it hurts.
Take Seth Moulton.
Moulton invested in a company that outsourced American jobs overseas.
Another company Moulton invested in was investigated for a kickback scheme, and for improperly charging homeowners during the housing crisis.
But when North Shore livelihoods were at stake, Seth Moulton called disaster assistance for fishermen “handouts.”
Seth Moulton cares about his livelihood.
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