A conservative PAC aligned with U.S. Rep.
A conservative PAC aligned with U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s presidential bid is targeting Texas Gov. Rick Perry on immigration in a spate of radio ads starting Tuesday in South Carolina.
The ads by Keep Conservatives United (KCU) paint Perry as being soft on illegal immigration and says “illegals take jobs.”
The radio ads supplement two television ads that have been running in the state in support of Bachmann since mid-August.
“The ad shows voters in next year’s critical South Carolina primary the clear differences between Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry on illegal immigration,” Bob Harris of KCU said in a statement on the website. “It will reach a politically attuned audience for a week to build support for Bachmann.”
The PAC has been airing two television ads targeting Perry. One targets his spending:
Another ad accuses Perry of embracing President Bush:
Bachmann, of course, has been the target of ads that poke fun at her embrace of President Bush:
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