The first television ad from Senate hopeful Deborah Ross, a North Carolina Democrat challenging Republican Sen. Richard Burr, paints Burr as a self-serving politician. It shows Ross talking on the phone with an actor playing Burr, lounging in a posh office.
The first television ad from Senate hopeful Deborah Ross, a North Carolina Democrat challenging Republican Sen. Richard Burr, paints Burr as a self-serving politician. It shows Ross talking on the phone with an actor playing Burr, lounging in a posh office. Ross for Senate
The first television ad from Senate hopeful Deborah Ross, a North Carolina Democrat challenging Republican Sen. Richard Burr, paints Burr as a self-serving politician. It shows Ross talking on the phone with an actor playing Burr, lounging in a posh office. Ross for Senate
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Fact-checking Deborah Ross ad on Richard Burr

August 25, 2016 07:34 PM

UPDATED August 26, 2016 04:47 PM

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