(CNN) - A Republican-leaning independent group will attack the Obama administration over its connection to Solyndra, the now-bankrupt solar energy company, in a new ad airing Monday.
The spot from Crossroads GPS is set to run for the next week nationally and says the company is an example of "cronyism" in the White House.
(CNN) - The conservative group Crossroads GPS is taking their fight to four competitive Senate battles with new ads airing in Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana and Nebraska, according to the independent organization.
The four spots expected to run for the next two weeks link the three incumbent Democratic senators to President Barack Obama and the leading Democratic candidate in a high profile Senate showdown as a product of Washington, D.C.
(CNN) - Crossroads GPS isn't wasting time in its ad offensive against Democrats. The conservative advocacy group released ads in five states one day after announcing it would spend $2.6 million on a campaign bashing the incumbent president.
The new round of ads will run for two weeks in Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Virginia, and Nebraska - sites of critical Senate contests in 2012.
(CNN) – A new ad from a Republican advocacy group attacks President Barack Obama's jobs bill by contrasting his statements with those of former Democratic President Bill Clinton.
The spot released Wednesday from Crossroads GPS plays clips of Clinton saying now is not the time to raise taxes and of Obama promoting increased tax rates on higher income earners as part of his jobs plan.
(CNN) - It wouldn't be a presidential trip without criticism from Republicans, and President Barack Obama's visit to Nevada Monday is no exception.
The Republican National Committee and the Mitt Romney presidential campaign released web videos capitalizing on the national unemployment and high foreclosure rates in the Silver State.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama is the target of a new ad from American Crossroads, an independent Republican advocacy group, which attacks the president's economic policies ahead of his trip to St. Louis Tuesday.
The 30-second spot juxtaposes Obama's past comments about not raising taxes with news accounts of his jobs plan that, if passed, would add one and half trillion dollars in new tax revenue.
Washington (CNN) - The ad wars over the debt ceiling crisis continued Friday, with another conservative group issuing a spot over President Barack Obama's handling of the ongoing negotiations.
Americans for Prosperity, an independent political advocacy group that supports Republican causes and candidates, said it will spend $1.3 million to run ads on national cable and broadcast television in the 2012 battleground states of Florida and Ohio for five or six days. The group was co-founded by the well-known, conservative Koch brothers.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - The GOP-leaning independent group Crossroads GPS is stepping up its attacks on the Obama administration. Wednesday it launches the newest ad in its $20 million media campaign criticizing the president's economic policies, CNN has learned.
The group says it is spending $3.5 million on this new advertisement, which is set to air on national cable TV in the key swing states of Iowa, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, North Carolina and Virginia.
Washington (CNN) – A powerful independent group that backs Republican candidates and causes is going back up on the airwaves with a new ad over the debt ceiling debate that targets five Democratic senators who face challenging reelections next year.
Crossroads GPS (Grassroots Policy Strategy) announced Tuesday that their television commercials will run Tuesday through August 6 in Florida, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska and Ohio.
(CNN) - The latest wave of ads launched Monday by Crossroads GPS, an independent Republican advocacy group, urges 10 Democratic members of Congress to cut spending and the national debt.
The spots are the third installment from the group this summer and will air for two weeks backed by $1.4 million. Monday's release follows national and state ads that aired as part of the larger $20 million campaign.