(CNN) - The National Republican Senatorial Committee is again attacking Democratic Senate candidate and West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin for his ties to Washington and President Obama's policies.
"Joe Manchin used to be somebody we could count on. Then Obama and Washington came calling. Manchin changed," the narrator says in new 30-second spot released Friday.
The ad hammers Manchin for supporting the Democrat's stimulus bill and the health care legislation.
"We can't trust him to say no to Obama," the narrator concludes.
Manchin's campaign did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.
The NRSC's television commerical follows a controversial attack ad that the group pulled from Youtube earlier this week after revelations that the talent agency in charge of casting for the spot sent out a call for actors with a "'hicky' blue collar look."
Updated 8:00 p.m. ET: Manchin campaign spokeswoman Lara Ramsburg responded to the NRSC's latest ad in a statement.
"John Raese will throw everything out there today but the kitchen sink to try and avoid talking about the insulting ad that he and his special interest friends are still running in West Virginia and the fact that they really think of West Virginians as 'hicks.' It's insulting."