House Majority PAC Airs Third Ad Targeting Chris Collins’ Out Of Touch Values

October 22, 2012

TV Buy In Competitive NY-27 Upped From Half A Million To $650,000 

Washington, D.C. – House Majority PAC today announced that it is running a third ad targeting Chris Collins for priorities that put him way out of touch with Western New York families. House Majority PAC is also increasing its TV buy in this race to $650,000.

Chris Collins’ record is one of looking out for his bottom line above all else. In fact, in endorsing Rep. Kathy Hochul for reelection just yesterday, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle criticized Collins for saying “life’s not fair” to justify what the paper called his “callous” opposition to extending unemployment benefits.

The new spot, entitled “Day One,” will run in Buffalo for a week as part of House Majority PAC’s $650,000 buy.

“Day One” is available here:

“Chris Collins’ record – laying off workers, slashing the salaries of those he didn’t fire and manufacturing products in China – should tell western New York voters everything they need to know about Collins’ priorities,” said Alixandria Lapp, Executive Director of House Majority PAC. “Chris Collins is out of step with western New York.”