Tonight's debate kicks off at 7 p.m. ET.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - The anti-war group Americans Against the Escalation in Iraq wants to make their presence known at Tuesday night's GOP presidential debate - in a big way.
The group has hired a plane to carry a banner over the debate site near Manchester, New Hampshire from 5 p.m. ET to 8 p.m. ET that says, "Republican Iraq Plan: 50 Years in Iraq"
The debate, sponsored by CNN, WMUR-TV, and the New Hampshire Union Leader, begins at 7 p.m. ET.
"Republican candidates for president need to make it clear whether they stand with the American public or with the president's endless war," Tara McGuinness, deputy campaign manager of the group, said in a statement Tuesday.
This isn't the first time the group has used this strategy at a GOP debate. At the first debate in Simi Valley, California last April, it hired two planes to carry banners that said "Republicans, Mission Accomplished?" and "McCain, Mission Accomplished?"
Americans Against the Escalation in Iraq is a national coalition composed of several political action committees including MoveOn.org and VoteVets.org.
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