(CNN) - Senate Democrats released an ad Friday morning linking Massachusetts Senate candidate Scott Brown to Wall Street execs and his opposition to President Obama's bank fee plan – though they quickly pulled the spot for an edit after critics pointed out that a visual of the World Trade Center appeared briefly in the background.
"Republican Scott Brown opposes President Obama's plan to reform Wall Street," the narrator said in "Derail," the 30-second ad from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
"That's right, Scott Brown actually opposes the plan to crack down on the greed and corruption that nearly destroyed our economy. …But if Brown won't protect American consumers from corporate predators, what IS his agenda?"
DSCC spokesman Eric Schultz said Friday afternoon that a new version of the ad had already been shipped to stations.
As the latest news of bank bonuses draw fresh public outrage late in the race's final week, Democrats have made a major push to tie Brown to Wall Street, and highlight his lack of support for new regulations governing financial institutions receiving government funds.
The ad was released the same day a spot featuring the late Sen. Ted Kenndy's widow, Vicki, hit the airwaves in the state, and congressional and administration sources confirmed that President Obama would be visiting Massachusetts to campaign for Democrat Martha Coakley. The president has also recorded a robocall for the Coakley campaign.
Recent surveys, including several partisan polls, have showed Brown erasing Coakley's early lead. Late in the week, some of these surveys suggested Brown had gained a slight edge.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is campaigning for Brown in Boston Friday. Florida GOP Senate candidate Marco Rubio - a Tea Party favorite - sent supporters a fundraising message calling on them to donate to Brown's campaign, while retiring Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd did the same for Coakley.