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     CITIZENS OF ALABAMA, THIS SHOULD RING AS A CALL TO ARMS FOR YOU TO GET TO THE POLLING PLACES FOR THIS VERY IMPORTANT SENATE RACE FORTHCOMING.
     I ENCOURAGE YOU TO VOTE FOR WHO WILL DO THE BEST FOR ALABAMA.  THIS IS NOTHING MORE THAN AN OUTSIDE GROUP TRYING TO SHOVE LUTHER STRANGE DOWN THE THROATS OF THE GOOD PEOPLE OF ALABAMA AND I SINCERELY HOPE EVERYONE SEES THIS FOR THE CHEAP SHOT IT IS IN ATTEMPTING TO HAVE OUR POLITICS CONTROLLED BY OUTSIDERS.  THIS IS NO DIFFERENT TO ME THAN THE ALLEGATIONS OF HOW TERRIBLE THE RUSSIANS HAVE DONE.
     STRANGE IS NOTHING MORE THAN A KISS___ FOR BENTLEY WHO REWARDED STRANGE WITH THIS POSITION.  LET'S RID OURSELVES OF ALL THE BENTLEY SCOURGE AND SEND THIS ABOMINATION TO THE STREETS WHERE HE TRULY BELONGS.

Two groups connected to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have bought a combined $2.4 million in ads buys blanketing Alabama television and radio stations with ads supporting Sen. Luther Strange.  The Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC controlled by McConnell, cancelled a $2.65 million ad buy and replaced it with more than $2 million in air time that includes radio ads. The new buy also moves up the date of the first spot. The other McConnell-connected group, One Nation, is planning to spend $385,000 on issue ads backing Strange.  Chris Pack, spokesman for both groups, declined to comment on the tone of the ads, but One Nation has typically released advocacy ads while the Senate Leadership Fund usually targets an incumbent's opponents. The previous buy from the Senate Leadership Fund was a placeholder, and the new reserving of air time bumps up the start date of the ads and includes about $500,000 in radio ads. Radio ads will be running statewide and in the Birmingham and Mobile markets.GOP super PAC plans $2.6 million in TV ads for Strange Senate Leadership Fund spokesman Chris Pack said the buy is a fraction of what the group plans on spending to support Strange.
The Senate Leadership Fund's television and radio ads will start running next week in Birmingham and Mobile, from June 13 to June 27. The last batch of airtime will run until the day of the Aug. 15 special election primary. Ads from One Nation will run from June 28 through July 12 statewide and in the Birmingham, Huntsville and Mobile markets.


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