Senate Majority PAC, a pro-Democratic super PAC, is out with a new ad on Wednesday attacking former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) as a puppet for Wall Street and big banks.
The ad is the latest example of Democrats making preemptive attacks against Brown in anticipation of the former Massachusetts senator challenging Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH). Brown has taken steps that indicate plans to run against Shaheen.
"Now he's shopping for a Senate seat in New Hampshire. Really? That's good for Wall Street and great for Scott Brown. But it doesn't make sense for New Hampshire," the voiceover in the ad said.
Senate Majority PAC spent $160,000 on the ad, which is set to air for the next ten days in New Hampshire, according to The Washington Post.
The ad was also named #Bqhatevwr, a dig at Brown for a tweet he once wrote (he says he wrote it accidentally) that has since become an Internet joke.
When Brown was in the Senate he was one of the most successful fundraisers thanks, largely, to Wall Street donations. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Brown's major donors were in finance and real estate.
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Watch the ad below: