Washington (CNN) - An independent conservative organization is firing away at Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
American Crossroads announced Tuesday that it's releasing a second television commercial in Nevada that targets the four-term Democratic senator, who is up for re-election this year.
The ad, titled "Really," challenges Reid's assertion that he can do more for Nevadans because of his seniority in Congress.
"Unfortunately, Senator Reid's record of taxpayer-funded bailouts, government takeovers and spiraling debt has not helped the hundreds of thousands of Nevadans who are out of work or losing their homes," says American Crossroads chairman Mike Duncan, in an email release. "Nevada and the rest of the country deserve something better than Reid's tired Washington formula of taxpayer-financed pork and attack politics."
The group says the commercial will start running on Nevada TV starting Tuesday, with an initial ad buy of $120,000.
Two weeks ago, American Crossroads went up with their first comical targeting Reid, criticizing the Senate Majority Leader over bailouts for Wall Street and the financial industry.
That ad went up on Nevada TV three days after Reid launched a commercial targeting his Republican challenger Sharron Angle's stance on Social Security. The former state lawmaker, once a long shot for the Nevada Republican Senate nomination, easily defeated 12 other candidates in the June 8 primary, thanks in part to help from the Tea Party Express (a national Tea Party organization) and the Club for Growth, an anti-tax group.
Polls suggest that Reid faces a tough road to re-election this year, with a majority of Nevadans saying they have an unfavorable view of their senior senator.
CNN reached out to the Reid campaign for their reaction to the American Crossroads commercial. The Reid campaign responded with the following statement:
This hypocritical attack ad only highlights the fact that Sharron Angle said that putting Nevadans to work isn't her job. While Angle has made it clear she wouldn't lift a finger to fight for the jobs of struggling Nevadans, Sen. Reid is working to pass a bill to create jobs by cutting taxes for businesses and increasing access to capital. The question for Angle is whether she would support Sen. Reid's small business jobs bill, or if she would continue saying 'no' to Nevadans in need.
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