(CNN) –Chris Coons, the Delaware Democratic Senate candidate, has launched a website response to Republican candidate Christine O'Donnell's first general election ad where she says "I am you."
The website features a picture of O'Donnell from her ad and the words "Tell Christine O'Donnell 'You are not me.'"
The website also says, "In her new television ad, Christine O'Donnell says she is you. But unless you think the retirement age for Social Security should be raised, want to further de-regulate Wall Street, are against a woman's right to choose, think public schools should teach Creationism, and think homosexuality is an "identity disorder," she is not you."
O'Donnell's ad "I'm You" addresses her admission that she dabbled in witchcraft in high school.
"I am not a witch. I'm nothing you've heard. I am you," O'Donnell says in the ad.
"None of us can be happy with what we see all around us. Politicians who think spending, trading favors and back-room deals are the ways to stay in office."
She finishes the ad vowing to "...go to Washington and do what you'd do."
O'Donnell's campaign has not responded to CNN's request for comment regarding the Coons campaign's website.
– CNN's Kevin Bohn contributed to this report.
Delaware Senate candidates Christine O'Donnell and Chris Coons will participate in a nationally televised debate on CNN on Oct 13th. The debate will be moderated by Wolf Blitzer, anchor of CNN's The Situation Room.