Their ad mischaracterizes a quotation from his book and gives a one-sided description of his obstetrical malpractice bill.
An NRCC ad says Democrat Francine Busby “praised a teacher reported to have child porn,” but fails to mention she voted to fire him.
Sen. Russ Feingold’s leadership PAC sponsored an Internet video making an unfounded suggestion that President Bush is being urged to eavesdrop “on anybody who has the nerve to disagree with [him] – court order or not.”
A Democratic National Committee (DNC) radio ad claims Republicans would “criminalize…churches just for giving communion” to illegal aliens. The claim is nonsense. The House bill to which the ad refers doesn’t say that. Both the Republican sponsors of the bill and the Bush administration have made clear that’s not the bill’s intent.
The RNC mischaracterizes the Democratic stance on immigration legislation in a radio ad running in Arizona and Nevada and aimed at Hispanics. The Spanish-language ad says (as translated) that Democrats “voted to treat millions of hardworking immigrants as felons.”
The NRCC says a Democratic candidate in Ohio was investigated by the FBI. He wasn’t. But there was a state criminal probe.
A special House election features distortions on both sides.
Controversial $1.3 million ad campaign attacks four Republicans for stance on price-gouging legislation.
The people who brought you Smokey Bear urge citizen action to forestall climate change.
A GOP radio ad falsely characterizes Sen. Feingold’s censure resolution as reprimanding the President for pursuing al Qaeda.