A nonprofit children's advocacy group has launched an ad buy against Sen. David VitterDavid VitterSenators aim to bolster active shooter training 5 takeaways from Mike Lee’s leadership bid Republicans demand shift in Obama’s ISIS strategy MORE (R-La.) hitting him for not supporting the current health care proposals in Congress.
The group, Vote Kids, notes that Vitter has received more than $1 million from the health care and insurance industry and urges him to put children first.
"Call Sen. Vitter and tell him to look our for our children -- not the health insurance industry," the ad says.
The ad buy is $36,000. Vitter is likely to face Rep. Charlie Melancon (D-La.) in what could be one of the top Senate races next year.