VIDEO: GOP Ad ‘Retire Or Get Fired’ & More Americans Now Self-Identify As Republicans

‘Retire or get fired’: Senate GOP campaign committee targets Manchin, red-state Democrats with ad campaign

Democrats hold 51-49 majority in Senate but are defending 23 of 33 seats up for grabs in 2024 election

By Paul Steinhauser | Fox News

The Senate GOP’s campaign committee is targeting three Democratic senators from red-leaning states that likely face bruising reelections in 2024.

The ad campaign from the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), titled “Retire or Get Fired,” takes aim at Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Jon Tester of Montana and Sherrod Brown of Ohio over what the NRSC calls their “liberal records” and ties the senators to President Joe Biden.

The digital spots, which the NRSC says it’s spending five figures to run online, were shared first with Fox News.

“When it mattered most, Joe sold West Virginia out. Joe Manchin’s lost his way. It’s time to bring him home,” the narrator in the ad running in West Virginia argues.

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For the first time in more than three decades, a higher percentage of Americans are identifying as Republicans or saying that they are GOP-leaning than those who are saying they are Democrats or leaning toward the Democratic Party, according to a new poll.

While 44% of Americans say they are Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents, 45% of Americans said they lean toward the GOP, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday.

Since 1992, with the exception of three years where both parties were tied, more Americans have said they align with Democrats than Republicans until the latest survey. The last time more people said they lean toward the GOP over the Democratic Party was in 1991 at 48% to 44%.

Things seem to be shifting as Republicans now are in charge of the House of Representatives.

©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.

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