“In three decades as a creature of Washington, Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellStudy: Trump tops recent GOP presidents in signing bills in first 100 days Senate passes stopgap funding bill to avert shutdown Let’s never talk about a government shutdown — ever again MORE has become completely addicted to partisan political gridlock," said Justin Barasky, DSCC national press secretary.
The Web campaign comes as a pro-McConnell super PAC launches television ads targeting Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes as a "rubber stamp" for President Obama.
Democrats see the Kentucky race as one of a few pickup opportunities in 2014, citing polling that shows McConnell to be unpopular in the state.
McConnell, however, has amassed nearly $10 million for his reelection fight already, and his staff says he's building a presidential-level campaign to support his reelection efforts.
DSCC hits McConnell on gridlock with Web ads
By Alexandra Jaffe - 07/19/13 03:45 PM EDT