Washington (CNN) - The National Republican Congressional Committee is launching new television ads and robo-calls attacking Democrats for supporting their party's fiscal blueprint instead of the House GOP budget plan, in the latest round of political attack ads.
The robo-calls, which begin Thursday and the television ads, which begin Friday target 23 Democratic representatives, according NRCC Deputy Communications Director Joanna Burgos.
The spots blame the House members for hurting the economy by voting for "another Pelosi budget that would strangle our economy with more spending, more debt and more borrowing from China."
"While House Democrats put on political theater nearly every day, House Republicans are shifting the debate in Washington to end the debt and spending that is crippling our economy," Burgos said in an email. "Democrats don't seem to realize their reckless policies are burdening families, small businesses and future generations."
Included in the list are vulnerable House freshmen, like Rep. Bill Owens of New York, and those who might be affected by Congressional redistricting following the 2010 census, like Rep. Brad Sherman of California.
Both sides of the political aisle have used advertising to capitalize on the budget fight. Earlier in the week the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee launched its own set of ads criticizing Republican lawmakers over the GOP budget proposal. Independent groups on both sides have also jumped into the debate.
And in honor of the royal wedding, the DCCC rolled out a new website Thursday, roilwedding.com, which points out the relationship between top Republicans and oil companies.
"For this wedding, in lieu of gifts, the happy couple would surely prefer more Big Oil tax breaks," said DCCC press secretary Jesse Ferguson in a statement.