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Washington (CNN) - Democrats continued to assail House Minority Leader John Boehner Tuesday, unveiling a website that highlights the Ohio congressman's ties to powerful special interest groups.
"Who's Who in Boehnerland" contains an interactive graphic that names lobbyists and details their specific ties to the Ohio congressman.
The site is the Democratic National Committee's latest move in an aggressive effort to paint Boehner as a politician deeply entwined with Washington's powerful special interests.
Facing a potential power shift in Congress after the November midterm elections, Democrats have seized on a New York Times article published Sunday that highlights the next prospective House speaker's ties to corporate lobbyists.
The DNC has also launched two national ads in the last week charging that the Ohio Republican is too close to powerful interest groups in the nation's capital.
But a spokesman for Boehner hit back, telling CNN that the ads are an attack designed to shift the conversation away from the economy.
"Out-of-touch and flailing, Washington Democrats are desperate to change the topic, but the American people won't forget their job-killing record," Michael Steel said.
–CNN Deputy Political Editor Mark Preston contributed to this report