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Romney Santorum

In 60-second radio ad, Boston replays election night news clips from Keystone Stater’s 2006 Senate loss.

Clip: “Santorum is the third-ranking Republican in the Senate leadership but tonight, Pennsylvanians rejected him. He lost across the board with voters – among Democrats and independents, women and men, blacks and whites, young and old, rich and poor.”

Listen to the spot, via TPM, here.

Read the script below.

VOICEOVER: Is Rick Santorum electable? Remember his last Senate race?

CLIP 1: In Pennsylvania, CBS News estimates Republican incumbent Rick Santorum has been defeated by Democrat Bob Casey.

CLIP 2: The independent vote went overwhelmingly for the Democrat.

VOICEOVER: By historic margins, Pennsylvania voters rejected Rick Santorum. Why? Santorum voted repeatedly to raise his own pay, voted with Big Labor against right-to-work, voted for billions in wasteful earmarks, even the Bridge to Nowhere. In 2006, Santorum took more special interest money than anyone. Santorum even voted to confirm liberal judge Sotomayor. If his own state didn’t trust Santorum, why should Illinios?

CLIP 3: Santorum is the third-ranking Republican in the Senate leadership but tonight, Pennsylvanians rejected him. He lost across the board with voters – among Democrats and independents, women and men, blacks and whites, young and old, rich and poor.

ROMNEY: I’m Mitt Romney, I’m running for President, and I approved this message.

Related Topics: Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, 2012 Elections, Ads, News, Republican Party, The Page

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