(CNN) - It's an Independence Day ad campaign with a familiar ring: the spots criticize members of Congress who opposed a supplemental spending bill for "voting against funding for [the] troops."
For the past few cycles, the GOP used similar district-specific ads to blast vulnerable Democrats over opposition to former President Bush's war funding bills.
But there's a new session, a new president, and a new sponsor for the spots: the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which is releasing 60-second radio ads that take aim at seven Republican incumbents for their votes last week against President Obama's request for additional resources to fund operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The targets include: Reps. Ken Calvert and Dan Lungren of California, Charlie Dent and Jim Gerlach of Pennsylvania, Mike McCaul of Texas, Joe Wilson of South Carolina and Lee Terry of Nebraska.
On Friday, the DCCC released audio of the version running in Terry's district.
"Around here, we recognize Independence Day with parades, picnics ... maybe a few fireworks," says the narrator.
"But July Fourth is about more than that. It's about remembering those who fought for our freedoms. And those still fighting today.
"Congressman Lee Terry used to understand that. When George Bush asked, Congressman Terry voted to fully fund our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. And last year he said, quote: 'We must give our military every resource it needs.'
"Seems like Congressman Terry is playing politics now. Last month Congressman Terry voted AGAINST funding for those same troops. It's true - vote number 348. You can look it up."
"Call Lee Terry. Ask him why he voted against our troops. Ask him what changed."
The ads are slated to run for a week beginning July 1, and will be accompanied by a campaign featuring phone calls, robo-calls and e-mails.