Women's Voices Women Vote Action Fund has a powerful new ad hitting Colorado's airwaves, reminding voters just how bad Buck is in his attitude toward women.
WVWV says it's "high six-figure multi-media campaign" that will appear on cable and broadcast television, as well as on radio and online. ColoradoPols says, this ad is going to hurt."
But before this scandal even made it into a TV spot, which we knew from the moment it broke that it would, it was already harming Buck in polls--just from the press coverage. We can't say exactly what the polls will look like after a week of "buyer's remorse" in prime time, but Buck's not going to like it.
It should hurt. Ken Buck allowed his personal, political beliefs to override his duty as a prosecutor in the rape case, and his views on women and choice aren't just conservative, they're dangerous.