Where they’re spending: ‘Barbara Boxer no comparte nuestros valores’

The pro-life Susan B. Anthony List has purchased $50,000 in airtime against Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., a dogged champion of legalized abortion on demand.The ad appears to be this Spanish language spot, which attacks Boxer on abortion, gay marriage and for voting against immigration reform. Ben Smith reports that the immigration claim refers to a position she took in 2007, and that the total buy will supposedly come to $200,000.

Meanwhile, the Family Research Council’s PAC has made small television ad buys ($32,000 or less) against Reps. Betsy Markey, D-Colo., Carol Shea-Porter, D-N.H., John Boccieri D-Ohio, Gabbie Giffords, D-Ariz., and Tom Perriello, D-Va.

Here’s their New Hampshire ad:

Do you notice that one of the black-suited “big government” guys kind of resembles Pat Toomey?

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