BY TAYLOR MARSH

From McClatchy:

“When you’re making ads that say, ‘There is no God,’ it usually means
your campaign doesn’t have a prayer,” said Alex Castellanos, a GOP consultant
speaking Thursday on CNN. He’s familiar with controversial ads — he
created former Sen. Jesse Helms’ infamous “white hands” ad suggesting
opponent Harvey Gantt supported racial quotas that would take away jobs from
white people.

Rollins, a longtime GOP political adviser, told CNN: “They did
something desperate, which is so despicable and so un-like Elizabeth Dole
that she should be ashamed of herself.”

[…] A new Rasmussen poll, taken Wednesday after the Dole ad began airing,
showed Hagan ahead of Dole 52-46. A new survey by Civitas,
taken Monday through Wednesday, showed Hagan up by a smaller margin. …

Bring it home, North Carolina.

LAST PUSH TO ELECT KAY HAGAN