HAZARD, Ky(WYMT)--Ashley Judd isn't a candidate for office yet, but she's getting an early dose of campaign politics.
By just talking about a possible run next year against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has made her the target of a new political ad.
American Crossroads, a conservative Super Pac is spending $10,000 on an online advertising campaign. The group was co-founded by GOP strategist Karl Rove and former RNC Chairman Mike Duncan of Inez, Kentucky.
The video pokes fun at Judd for being a self-proclaimed liberal “radical” who says she will “follow” President Obama “wherever he wants me to go.”
The ad calls Judd an “Obama following, radical, Hollywood liberal.”
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