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What Karl Rove wants you to tell Bill Nelson

The ad from Crossroads GPS, a shadowy conservative political group formed by Karl Rove, starts today on Florida TV airwaves and will run for two weeks. Total spending on the Florida effort is more than $531,035.

The spot is part of the group's $20 million ad campaign timed to national debt negotiations in Congress. Similar ads are targeting senators in four other states.

See the group's most recent Florida ad here. And the Florida Democrats' response here.

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