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Former Virginia Gov. Tim KaineTim KaineDemocrats thought they could produce a political earthquake in Kansas Poll: Dems hold double-digit leads in Virginia governor race Sen. King: Trump needs Congress to sign off on new military action MORE (D) is Crossroads's main target: it's spending $1.55 million against him on two ads criticizing his tenure as governor as well as his support for a bipartisan deal to raise the debt ceiling last summer.

The conservative group is spending $1.33 million hitting Sen. Sherrod BrownSherrod BrownFive things to know about Trump's steel order Trump administration investigating effect of steel imports on US Mexico: Recent deportations 'a violation' of US immigration rules MORE (D-Ohio) on the economy, $770,000 to hit Sen. Claire McCaskillClaire McCaskillFive takeaways from the Georgia special election Picking 2018 candidates pits McConnell vs. GOP groups Potential McCaskill challenger has .7M: report MORE (D-Mo.) on deficit spending, $680,000 attacking Rep. Shelley Berkley's (D-Nev.) ethics, $300,000 hitting Sen. Jon TesterJon TesterDems hunt for a win in Montana special election Tester raises M for reelection The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE (D-Mont.) on regulations and the deficit and $250,000 criticizing Rep. Tammy BaldwinTammy BaldwinSenate approves Trump's Agriculture chief Lawmakers talk climate for Earth Day, Science March Trump says he supports Dem ‘Buy America’ bill MORE (D-Wis.) on deficit spending.

The group, co-founded by top GOP strategist Karl Rove, does not have to disclose its donors and plans to spend upwards of $200 million, along with its sister organization American Crossroads, on the presidential and Senate elections this cycle.

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee pushed back with a new web video slamming the group for pushing to "gut Social Security and Medicare," cut taxes for the wealthy and defend "big oil" subsidies.

This post was updated at 2:55 p.m.