WCCO, the CBS O&O in Minneapolis, pulled a political ad suggesting freshman Republican Congressman Chip Cravaack’s constituents had to pay to get access to him after the congressman’s campaign demanded the station stop running the spot.
The ad, which you can view after the jump, was produced by the House Majority PAC who states on their website:
House Majority PAC is an independent-expenditure only committee (often called a “Super PAC”) that is designed to hold Republicans accountable and help win back the House Majority for Democrats. House Majority PAC is committed to building a long-term organization that can take on the Republican outside groups in the battle for the House Majority.
TVSpy reached out to WCCO about the ad, but they refused to comment. Watch the video inside.