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Gary Bauer Targets Values Voters with Strategic Senate Campaign in Indiana, Missouri and Ohio

October 18, 2012

“Barack Obama’s Democrat Senate has been a graveyard for pro-family policies,” noted Bauer. “It is time to bring new life to the Senate, and a new commitment to fiscal discipline.”

WASHINGTON, Oct. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Former presidential candidate Gary Bauer announced today that his Campaign for Working Families political action committee is launching new ads aimed at holding Democrats “accountable for their embrace of President Obama’s failed agenda.”

“Barack Obama was elected four years ago promising to change the way Washington works. Under his failed leadership, the Democrat Senate hasn’t passed a budget in more than three years,” Bauer said.

Bauer, the chairman of the Campaign for Working Families, is rolling out radio ads as part of a significant six-figure independent expenditure campaign on Christian, country and news talk formats. The ads highlight the out-of-step liberal voting records of three Democratic Senate candidates on taxes, spending, Obamacare, abortion and marriage.

Bauer’s radio spots urge values voters to support State Treasurer Richard Mourdock in Indiana, Rep. Todd Akin in Missouri, and State Treasurer Josh Mandel in Ohio.

“Barack Obama has turned the Senate into a graveyard for pro-family policies. It is time to bring new life to the Senate and a renewed commitment to fiscal discipline,” Bauer said.

This recent independent expenditure is one of many spear-headed by Bauer’s operations. Recently, the Guardian called Bauer “one of the leading campaigners in the U.S. on pro-life and pro-traditional family issues.” Well-known for creating effective campaigns in key states, he has run ads this cycle exposing Obama’s radicalism on marriage and highlighting the shockingly negative reaction of Democratic National Committee delegates to the inclusion of God in their party platform.

To listen to the radio spots, go to: www.cwfpac.com

SOURCE Campaign for Working Families


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