Koch network super-PAC launches first ad buy in Indiana

by Lisa Hagen | The Hill
July 26, 2016

A top Koch network group is launching a seven-figure ad buy in the Indiana Senate race, targeting Democrat Evan Bayh for his votes for the Wall Street bailout.

Freedom Partners Action Fund, a super-PAC that spearheads the conservative donor network helmed by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, will release a $1 million TV and digital ad buy needling the former Democratic senator’s vote in 2008 and for taking a job when he left office with a bank that profited from bailout funds.

The ad goes on to tout Bayh’s competitor, Rep. Todd Young (R-Ind.), arguing that he’ll put Indiana “ahead of special interests.”

It’s the first ad buy in the Hoosier State for the super-PAC, which will start running on Wednesday and will last for about two weeks.

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • justinwachin says:

    It sounds like Evan Bayh is another Democrat that is trying to play both sides. He rewards the wealthy bankers with his legislation and then runs against those banks. He profits off helping the wealthy and gets votes from the gullible who believe he will stand up against the wealthy bankers.

    He is what is wrong with America. We need to get identify and retire all these con men from politics.

  • Shelly Shannon says:

    Any thing to keep another democrat out of office, hopefully.

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