The National Republican Campaign Committee (NRCC) attacked the Montana congressional candidate over a shady financial history.
The National Republican Campaign Committee (NRCC) released two ads on Thursday attacking Montana Democratic congressional candidate Rob Quist over his questionable financial history.
The first ad, entitled “Bond,” started with a Montanan farmer saying, “In Montana, your word is your bond. If your word is no good, you’re no good.”
The ad then highlighted Quist’s financial troubles, including “fraud and deceit” as well as “property tax liens.”
The NRCC then criticized Quist’s liberal agenda of “higher taxes and more debt.”
The second ad, “Share,” features various voters criticizing Quist’s shady history of financial troubles.
“In Washington, Rob Quist would run up debt and stick us with the bill,” a narrator told the viewer.
“We can’t afford to send Rob Quist to Washington,” a voter concluded.
The two ads came as there is intensified interest in the special election for Montana’s one at-large congressional district. The Cook Political Report moved its race rating from “likely GOP” to “lean GOP.”
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