Congressional Leadership Fund Announces $1.5 Million TV Ad Buy Attacking Conor Lamb
Ad ties liberal Pennsylvania candidate to dangerous Pelosi agenda
WASHINGTON – The Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, today released its first television ad in the special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district, “Sheep,” attacking liberal Conor Lamb. The new ad, beginning today, capitalizes on Nancy Pelosi’s toxicity and paints Conor Lamb as a liberal rubber stamp for Pelosi’s extreme agenda.
“Nancy Pelosi is the most unpopular, most toxic elected official in the country, and Conor Lamb is running to be her rubber stamp in Congress,” said CLF Executive Director Corry Bliss. “He would have stood with Nancy Pelosi in voting against tax reform – a $2,900 tax cut for a typical middle-class family of four in PA-18 – along with increasing wasteful spending and job-killing regulations. Pennsylvanians deserve a proven conservative leader like Rick Saccone, who will stand up for Pennsylvania families and their values.”
In early January, CLF opened two field offices in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district with 50 full-time door knockers, who will make 250,000 voter contacts in door-to-door efforts by Election Day.
Watch the ad here.
His name is Conor Lamb. But in Washington, he’d be one of Nancy Pelosi’s sheep.
Lamb would join the liberal flock and follow Pelosi’s lead.
Voting the straight liberal party line for Pelosi’s extreme agenda.
A weaker military.
We don’t need more liberal sheep in Washington.
Or Conor Lamb.
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