CLF Releases New Ad, “Worse” In OH-12

New ad hammers Danny O’Connor for saying one thing, doing another

WASHINGTON – Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, today released a new ad, “Worse,” airing in the special election in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District. The ad shows Danny O’Connor as a dishonest politician who says one thing, but does the other. The new ad is part of CLF’s $1 million buy, which will run simultaneously on broadcast and cable.

“Danny O’Connor has proven he’s more than happy to say one thing, then do the other,” said Courtney Alexander, CLF Communications Director. “After O’Connor broke his promise to clean up government, O’Connor is now saying he’d be independent in Congress, but the reality is he would back Nancy Pelosi’s liberal agenda, support raising hardworking Ohioans’ taxes, and give amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. If elected, Danny O’Connor would be continue to be nothing more than a dishonest politician, saying one thing, then doing the other.”

In June, CLF released two television ads, “Education” and “Dishonest Danny,” which framed the race as a choice between Troy Balderson and his record of fighting for the issues that matter to Ohio families versus Danny O’Connor, an out-of-touch candidate who would put Nancy Pelosi’s liberal agenda ahead of Ohio values. Additionally, CLF launched a field program to support Troy Balderson made up of a district-wide phone and door-to-door GOTV effort which will result in over 500,000 doors knocked by Election Day in August.

View the ad here.


VO: Dishonest Danny O’Connor.

Says one thing. Does the other.

O’Connor promised to clean up government.

But Dishonest Danny skipped nearly half the meetings we paid him to attend…

…while stacking his office with political cronies.

Now O’Connor promises to be independent.

But Dishonest Danny would vote with Pelosi to raise taxes…

…and give amnesty to millions of illegals.

Dishonest Danny O’Connor.

He’d make Washington worse.