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Freedom Partners To Spend $6.5 Million To Make Closing Arguments Against Democrats

Alex Pappas Political Reporter

Starting this week, a Koch-backed super PAC plans to spend a whopping $6.5 million to make a simple closing argument against the most vulnerable Democrats running for the Senate: a vote for the Democrat is a vote for President Barack Obama.

The Daily Caller obtained copies of each of the ads being paid for by the Freedom Partners Action Fund.

The super PAC is targeting Democrats in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, North Carolina, Iowa and New Hampshire.

A spokesman for Freedom Partners noted that the latest polling shows that Obama’s approval numbers are under water in each of these states.

“Election day is Americans’ opportunity to stand up and say ‘enough,” said James Davis, a spokesman for Freedom Partners. “A vote for these candidates is a vote for the same failed policies of President Obama and the same dysfunctional Washington of the last six years.”

The ads will start running Wednesday and continue through Election Day.

The ads will surely draw fire from Democrats: Freedom Partners Action Fund is funded in large part by Charles and David Koch, who Senate majority leader Harry Reid and liberals have attempted to vilify throughout the campaign as Republican bogeyman.

Alaska ad against Sen. Mark Begich:

Arkansas ad against Sen. Mark Pryor:

Colorado ad against Sen. Mark Udall:

North Carolina ad against Sen. Kay Hagan:

Iowa ad against Rep. Bruce Braley:

New Hampshire ad against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen:

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