(CNN) - Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle continued to assail her opponent, Sen. Harry Reid, on Thursday, releasing her third ad in four days that targets Reid's personal finances.
"The truth is, Reid is now worth up to six million dollars, and lives in a one million dollar Washington Ritz Carlton condo," a narrator says in the ad.
Angle has sought to make Reid's wealth a major campaign issue, hammering the Senate majority leader for living in a Washington D.C. Ritz-Carlton condo while his state has the highest foreclosure rate in the country. She first raised the issue during the candidate's contentious debate last week, asking Reid, "we would like to know, how did you become so wealthy on a government payroll?"
Reid called the accusation a "low-blow," retorting, "I was a very successful lawyer. I did a very good job of investing."
But Angle isn't the only one pushing the message. The National Republican Senatorial Committee also launched an ad this week honing in on the same point: "Harry lives at the Ritz-Carlton while thousands are losing their homes."
The Reid campaign hit back, however, calling the ad "particularly egregious."
"This ad is nothing more than a sleazy diversion by a candidate who knows her extreme and dangerous agenda on the issues is far too radical to be accepted by the majority of Nevadans. This latest smear fabricated by Sharron Angle's say-or-do-anything campaign has no basis in fact, and its slanderous insinuations represent a new low - even for her," said Kelly Steele, communication director for the Reid campaign.
"The truth is, Sen. Reid made his money in the private sector, and has responsibly managed those assets during his career serving Nevadans in the US Senate," Steele said.
Several recent polls show the race between the longtime Senator and former assemblywoman in a dead heat.
Updated 3:04 p.m.