Madison Project Airs Radio Ad in Kentucky

Monday, August 26th, 2013 and is filed under Blog, News, Press

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For  Immediate Release:

August  26, 2013



Madison Project Airs Radio Ad in Kentucky

Hits McConnell on his record of hypocrisy

Washington, D.C. – The Madison Project PAC today released a new radio ad holding Senator Mitch McConnell accountable for his record in Washington – one that fails to match the image of Kentucky values he seeks to evince.  The radio ad will air statewide as part of our first of many attempts to unveil the truth about Mitch McConnell’s failed leadership in Washington.

To listen to Madison Project PAC’s new Radio Ad entitled “Would a Conservative?” click here.

“Instead of focusing on petty opposition hits, we’re committed to engaging in a long-form discussion over Mitch McConnell’s record and the direction of the Republican Party,” said Drew Ryun of the Madison Project. “For years, McConnell has succeeded in playing the old Washington double-game of talking the conservative talk at home, while undermining conservatives in the Senate. He is using his millions in special interest funds to run a personal smear campaign in an attempt to distract voters from his 30 years of failed leadership. Madison Project will see to it that the voters in Kentucky know the truth about McConnell’s record.  As he continues to secretly push amnesty and undermine the conservative effort to defund Obamacare we will expose him.”

NOTE: Attached is the text of the radio ad.

The Madison Project supports and raises money for conservative candidates that have demonstrated a commitment to full-spectrum conservatism. The Madison Project website can be found at