The Democratic Party thinks its stand on Wall Street reform is a winner, and wants to make sure American voters know which party is standing in its way. The Democratic National Committee will be opening its wallet to get the message out.
The ad is targeting the entire Republican caucus for its repeated refusal to allow debate on the Senate floor on the topic. DNC will acquire air time in Washington DC and will use cable elsewhere.
It will air through the first week of May. It is also a harbinger of what is to come in the air wars, likely all the way to November. According to The Hill, DNC national press secretary Hari Sevugan said, “Any Republican who continues to stand with Wall Street instead of our families should expect that we’ll make sure that their constituents hear about it from now till November.”