House Majority PAC is launching a multi-front ad campaign against incumbent Republicans, hoping voter frustration with Wall Street will stick to the GOP in the House.
The Democratic PAC confirmed it will spend six figures to target Reps. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.), Bill Johnson (R-Ohio), Charlie Bass (R-N.H.) and Dan Lungren (R-Calif.) and air on broadcast and cable over a week.
"It shouldn't surprise us Duffy voted for tax cuts for millionaires, tax cuts for Wall Street, even to protect profits for companies that ship jobs overseas," the narrator in the ad says.
The ad also hits Duffy on a personal level, arguing he enjoys lavish food and a generous salary while constituents suffer.
"While Sean Duffy struggles to keep sushi on his table, maybe he should work to keep food on ours," it says.