"Frank Guinta wants to put the government in charge of women's medical decisions," one man asserts.
"I'm a man," three of them say, and one adds, "But I have a problem with Frank Guinta."
The ad comes out just a few days after the release of a DCCC poll that put Democrat Carol Shea-Porter in a statistical tie with Guinta, with 48 percent support to Guinta's 47 percent support, and with 4 percent of likely voters in New Hampshire's 1st District undecided.
Guinta is one of the DCCC's top targets, and though Shea-Porter lost to him by 12 points in 2010, she's been pulling slightly ahead in most recent polls, including an independent poll in early August when she held a 2-percentage-point lead.
The Hill rates this race as a toss-up.
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