The language in the press release describes Grimm in, uh, grim terms, lumping him in with conservatives like the controversial Minnesota representative Michelle Bachman, who is also being challenged by the PAC.
“In 2012, House Majority PAC built a strong record of success and in 2013 we are ready to hit the ground running to hold these Republicans accountable and communicate with swing voters about their extreme records and backwards priorities,” said Alixandria Lapp, Executive Director of House Majority PAC.
“Whether it’s supporting the end of Medicare as we know it, backing tax cuts for the wealthy, working to roll back the clock on women’s rights or opposing stem cell research, these Republicans are simply out of step with the districts they represent. House Majority PAC will work to ensure voters know the truth.”
With the House Majority PAC’s record of success, defeating 63 percent of the Republican opposition they contributed funding to, Grimm is in for a hard fight to keep his seat.
The announcement comes just days after news broke that Coney Island Councilman Domenic Recchia is considering pulling out of the race for Brooklyn borough president, with an eye towards challenging Grimm in 2014.