GOP Super PAC Launches First Ads In $10 Million Campaign

The super Republican-allied PAC Ending Spending Action Fund backed by a $10 million pledge from billionaire Joe Ricketts released its first two ads Thursday as part of a ‘Why I Changed My Vote’ campaign, reports Politico.

The first features from former Alabama Rep. Artur Davis, a 2008 President Obama supporter turned Mitt Romney supporter, saying he no longer supports the president because he pushed health care reform through Congress without Republican votes. 

A second ad features women who have voted for Democrats in the past who, like Davis, are now switching to Romney. Both ads will run nationwide on cable.

Davis ad:

Women ad:

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