Republicans — including incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio through this ad released Sept. 13 — are using their TV advertising time to relentlessly remind Floridians of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Patrick Murphy’s résumé embellishments. However, some of the attacks exaggerate the facts.
Republicans — including incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio through this ad released Sept. 13 — are using their TV advertising time to relentlessly remind Floridians of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Patrick Murphy’s résumé embellishments. However, some of the attacks exaggerate the facts. Marco Rubio's U.S. Senate campaign / YouTube Marco Rubio’s U.S. Senate campaign / YouTube
Republicans — including incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio through this ad released Sept. 13 — are using their TV advertising time to relentlessly remind Floridians of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Patrick Murphy’s résumé embellishments. However, some of the attacks exaggerate the facts. Marco Rubio's U.S. Senate campaign / YouTube Marco Rubio’s U.S. Senate campaign / YouTube

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