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NRSC Launches Calls To Remind Pennsylvania Dem Voters Of Specter's GOP Roots

NRSC Introduces Pennsylvanians To Democrat Senator Arlen Specter

Launches Calls, Web Site Targeting Democrat Primary Voters

WASHINGTON - The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) launched calls today informing Pennsylvania Democrat primary voters about their new Democrat U.S. Senator, Arlen Specter. The calls, which highlight Senator Specter's record and glowing support from former President George W. Bush, will target tens of thousands of Democrat primary voters in the Keystone State.

"In light of Senator Specter's changing political party, we felt it was our civic duty to adequately inform Pennsylvania Democrat primary voters about their new Senator's record and his close relationship with our former President George W. Bush," said NRSC spokeswoman Amber Wilkerson.

In addition, the NRSC launched a new web site today, "Meet Democrat Senator Arlen Specter," which will keep Pennsylvanians informed about their new Democrat Senator's record and statements important to voters in the Keystone State. To view the NRSC's new web site, please visit:



ANNOUNCER: (Disclaimer) Hello, this is Jack. I've recorded this message on behalf of the National Republican Senatorial Committee located at 425 2nd St, Washington, DC or 202-675-4260 to help you welcome your newest Democrat Senator, Arlen Specter.

We wanted to make sure that we properly introduced him to you. Former President George W. Bush said this about Arlen Specter.

PRESIDENT BUSH: I'm here to say it as plainly as I can, Arlen Specter is the right man for the United States Senate. I can count on this man - see that's important. He's a firm ally when it matters most. I'm proud to tell you I think he's earned another term as the United States Senator.

ANNOUNCER: Now here is Senator Specter on important issues to Labor and Democrat interest groups.

SEN SPECTER: I will not be an automatic 60th vote. And I would illustrate that by my position on employee's choice also known as card check. Uh, I think it is a bad deal and I'm opposed to it and would not vote to invoke cloture.

ANNOUNCER: (Disclaimer) For more information, please visit This call is paid for by the National Republican Senatorial Committee at and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.