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Americans for Prosperity Launches Ad Campaign Tying Democratic Senate Hopefuls to Clinton

The Koch-backed group Americans for Prosperity on Tuesday launched its first ad campaign of the cycle tying Democratic Senate candidates to Hillary Clinton, even as the group continues to withhold support for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
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