Independent campaign group spends $6.1 million in single day against Democratic candidates

by - October 23, 2014

The conservative Crossroads GPS spent $6.1 million in a single day against six Democratic Senate candidates, including Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., and two House candidates, according to the Political Moneyline website.  Crossroads, founded by former George W. Bush political advisor Karl Rove and former GOP lobbyist and now Virginia Senate candidate Ed Gillespie, spent the money October 21 on TV ads, media production and ad placements, Political Moneyline reported. According to the political website, Crossroads GPS, which doesn't disclose its donors, spent $465,586 for ads opposing Landrieu, and $14,015 for media production.

Source: Independent campaign group spends $6.1 million in single day against Democratic candidates: Political Moneyline | NOLA.com

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