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A Republican senator, whose compliment was featured in a Claire McCaskill campaign ad, rescinded his praise this week and asked the Missouri Democratic senator to remove his name and image from the ad.
The newest McCaskill ad, titled “Independence,” trumpets her moderate record and her history of working across the aisle. “It’s why Republican Senator Pat Roberts said, ‘if you want to pick somebody to work in a bipartisan manner … to get things done — you pick Claire McCaskill,” the ad’s narration says, over a picture of the Kansas Republican and McCaskill.
The article goes on to state the following:
But Roberts, who has endorsed McCaskill’s Republican opponent Josh Hawley, took back the remark and asked for his name, image, and quote to be removed from the ad.
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Senator Pat Roberts is asking Senator McCaskill to remove his name and praise for her from a new campaign ad. https://t.co/wLM1qksaRf
— News Talk KSGF (@NewsTalkKSGF) October 3, 2018
Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas is asking Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri to remove his name and praise for her from a new campaign ad.https://t.co/MQyygVwcZ1
— Columbia Tribune (@columbiatribune) October 3, 2018