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American Crossroads Congratulates Dan Sullivan on Victory in Alaska Republican Senate Primary

WASHINGTON – American Crossroads released the following statement from president and CEO Steven Law regarding Dan Sullivan’s victory in the Alaska Republican Senate primary:

 “Dan Sullivan’s victory is a win for Alaskans who have been drawn to his patriotic service and proven conservative record. We engaged early in this race because we saw that Dan’s experience of fighting the Obama administration provides a clear contrast to Mark Begich’s record of supporting the President’s agenda in Washington.

 “This is the worst possible outcome for Mark Begich, Harry Reid, and Barack Obama. Despite the millions in TV ads funded by Begich’s liberal Washington allies to try to influence this Republican primary, Dan Sullivan was able to withstand these false attacks and is now a battle-tested candidate who can and will win in November.”

 American Crossroads Involvement in Alaska

  • Total of $1.3 million spent on TV and radio ads since March
  • The following ads ran in support of Dan Sullivan:
  • The following ads ran against Mark Begich:

Bloomberg TV: “Refined, Sharper Strategy” from American Crossroads

Today’s Bloomberg TV Power Brokers segment features American Crossroads President and CEO Steven Law and Political Director Carl Forti.

The piece highlights Crossroads’ involvement in primaries this election cycle, coordination with other outside groups, as well as the focus on spending resources efficiently and effectively.

From Crossroads President and CEO Steven Law: “Our donors expect us to be like a private equity fund that invests in politics. We make good decisions based on a careful look at the data and a lot of ground research.”

New American Crossroads Ad Gives Credit to Begich

The Alaska Democrat Deserves Credit for Voting with Obama 97% of the Time, Not for Projects He Claims Credit For

ANCHORAGE – Today, American Crossroads released a new ad in Alaska highlighting the continued disconnect between the record Mark Begich touts in Alaska and his real record in Washington.

The new ad, “Credit,” will air statewide for a total buy of $450,000 starting on Thursday, June 26.  The spot can be viewed here http://youtu.be/-OxjsBjnkUw.


“Give Mark Begich credit where it’s due: he’s the only member of the Alaska congressional delegation who votes with Barack Obama 97% of the time,” said Art Hackney, an Alaska-based strategist for American Crossroads. “The fact is that the record Begich touts in Alaska is far removed from his real record in Washington. While Begich wants to take credit in Alaska for things he did not do, he’s hoping Alaskans will look the other way when it comes to his record of voting with President Obama.”