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The billionaire Koch Brothers are doing more than "expressing their personal opinions," as they retorted to Harry Reid -- the billionaire Koch Brothers have an expansive political agenda ...


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posted by senate majoritypac -- Mar 13, 2014


Out of state billionaires are spending millions to rig the system and elect Bill Cassidy. Their goal? Another politician bought and paid for.  Their Agenda: Protect tax cuts for companies that ship our jobs overseas; Cut Social Security, and end Medicare as we know it. They even tried to kill relief for hurricane victims.

Cassidy's billion dollar backers -- they got a plan for him, but it's not good for Louisiana.

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posted by senate majoritypac -- Jan 8, 2014


In Louisiana we expect leaders to solve problems -- not become part of the problem. But Congressman Bill Cassidy, well he voted to raise the Retirement Age to 70; to raise Medicare Costs $6000 dollars a year; And Cassidy voted 16 times to Shutdown the Government -- Sixteen times!

That's Congressman Cassidy's record in the House. He'd hurt us even more in the Senate.

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Senate Majority PAC -- Fighting for the Democratic Majority

Our Mission

Senate Majority PAC was founded by experienced, aggressive Democratic strategists with one mission: Protect and expand the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate.

In 2010, the Citizens United decision allowed Karl Rove and a network of Republican-aligned outside groups to raise and spend hundreds of millions of dollars on false negative ads against Democratic Senators and Senate candidates. Democrats only engaged in outside spending in a few races, resulting in lopsided TV advertising that overwhelmed our candidates and contributed to some crushing Democratic losses in 2010.

Thankfully, we held the Senate in 2010, but in the 2012 election cycle, Democrats faced a similarly tough environment. Democrats faced a tough Senate map: needing to defend 23 seats while Republicans were only defending 10. Only four seats separated Republicans from control of the Senate. And our Senate majority -- the firewall against the radical Tea Party-controlled House of Representatives -- was under attack by Rove, the Koch Brothers and their allies, who were emboldened by their 2010 successes.

What is Senate Majority PAC?
Senate Majority PAC is fighting to protect and expand the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate. In 2012, Karl Rove and his friends spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to buy the Senate. We ran low-overhead, high-impact campaigns to stop him -- and we won. Now we’re ready to take on Mitch McConnell and his radical Republican caucus in 2014.

It's about time someone stood-up to the Koch's multi-million dollar Media message machine. The plain facts and the light of day, have a way of persuading people, where shadowy agendas and shabby voting records -- Do Not.

Let's see more please.  More set the record straight Ads from the Senate Majority PAC.

Let's fight the Koch fire, with the People's fire.  It's about time, we did.

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