More Club for Growth Ads Against Murphy

By Keegan Gibson, Managing Editor

The fiscal conservative group Club for Growth has rolled out two new ads as it continues its television buy against Rep. Tim Murphy.

They appear to be part of the C4G’s original ad buy, announced in early January. PoliticsPA reported at the time that the ads would air exclusively on Fox News through approximately Jan. 23, at a cost of roughly $38,000 $61,000.

The new ads hit Murphy for his votes of children’s health insurance program S-CHIP and funding mortgage lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The previous ad hit Murphy on the “bridge to nowhere” appropriation and the employee free choice act also called “card check.”

While Democrats have yet to field a candidate in the race, Murphy is facing a challenge from his right by Evan Feinberg, 27, a former staffer to Sens. Tom Coburn and Rand Paul.


January 13th, 2012 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories, Top Stories, Video | 2 Comments

2 thoughts on “More Club for Growth Ads Against Murphy”

  1. Brian says:

    Congressman Murphy is 3rd most conservative Congressional Republican in the state out of 13. Behind Pat Toomey and Joe Pitts, he is a conservative in my books.

  2. Susan Staub says:

    Murphy sponsored “Card Check”. He’s going down.

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