Washington (CNN) - American Crossroads and its affiliated group Crossroads GPS are going up with television commercials in six more states with competitive Senate races.
The pro-Republican independent groups, co-founded by Karl Rove, last week went up with spots in three other states with crucial contests that could decide which party controls the U.S. Senate next year. And Crossroads has already dished out big bucks over the past six weeks to put up television commercials in key battleground states that are critical of President Barack Obama.
Washington (CNN) - An independent group co-founded by Karl Rove says it's going up with a new TV commercial that claims that President Barack Obama has failed to address the nation's massive debt.
Crossroads GPS said Tuesday it will spend $7 million to run the ad, titled "Stopwatch," in 10 battleground states over the next two weeks.
(CNN) - There was Obamacare, Romneycare, Obamneycare - and now, Obama-Claire.
The conservative group Crossroads GPS looks to tie Sen. Claire McCaskill to the health care reform law and broader agenda of President Barack Obama in a new ad released Thursday morning, citing a study showing the Missouri Democrat cast nine out of 10 votes with the president.
(CNN) – Crossroads GPS, the conservative super PAC co-founded by Karl Rove, announced Tuesday it was spending nearly $10 million to air an attack ad in ten battleground states painting President Barack Obama's economic policies as failures.
Jonathan Collegio, a spokesman for the group, said the buy was part of a larger $25 million purchase announced last week.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama's deputy campaign manager used a three-minute web video Thursday to take on the latest ad from the independent group Crossroads GPS, point by point.
"Karl Rove's group Crossroads is spending $25 million from secret donors to tear down the president in a new ad," Stephanie Cutter said to open the spot. "Time to tear this thing apart."
Washington (CNN) - An independent group co-founded by Karl Rove says it's going up with new TV commercials that claim that President Barack Obama has broken promises when it comes to homeowners facing foreclosure, taxes, health care coverage and cutting the deficit.
Crossroads GPS announced Wednesday morning that they will spend $8 million to run their ads in ten battleground states between now and the end of May, and they add that they'll spend $25 million total to air the spots over the next four weeks.
(CNN) – The conservative group Crossroads GPS said Tuesday it was spending $1.2 million to air television ads in five states with competitive races for the U.S. Senate.
Nate Hodson, a spokesman for the group, said the ads would air in Montana, Missouri, Nevada, North Dakota and Virginia.
(CNN) – A conservative political action committee on Tuesday announced plans to spend $1.7 million in a half-dozen battleground states criticizing President Barack Obama's energy policy.
"No matter how Obama spins it, gas costs too much," a narrator says in the Crossroads GPS ad. It also hits him for claiming increased domestic oil production and for claiming credit for decisions made under the administration of President George W. Bush.
(CNN) – As President Barack Obama swings through 2012 battleground states Wednesday and Thursday to highlight American-made energy, an opposing conservative group will hit the airwaves slamming what they say is an "untested and naïve" White House energy plan.
Crossroads GPS, a conservative political action group, said Wednesday it would spend $650,000 to run a 30-second ad in New Mexico, Ohio and Nevada to coincide with Obama's energy tour. All three states are considered battlegrounds in November's general election. Obama is also stopping in Oklahoma, a state that votes solidly Republican.
(CNN) – The day after Crossroads GPS announced an impressive $32.6 million haul in 2011, it is out with a new ad hitting President Barack Obama over his administration’s investment in Solyndra, the failed green energy firm.
“He gave his political backers billions – a big government fiasco- infused with politics at every level,” a woman says over black and white images of bundled cash and men huddled in the Capital.