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But money continues to pour in to support the Maine senator's 2020 opponent.
The group's chief counsel made the comments after a third woman accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct.
And a lot we don't know about those running ads for and against the Supreme Court nominee.
Neither of the two groups likely to spend the most will reveal their donors before the Senate votes on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
The Judicial Crisis Network is already spending $1.4 million to pressure red-state Democrats to vote for nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Group pledges seven-figure ad buy to buck up the GOP's obstruction.
The Judicial Crisis Network's latest broadside against Elena Kagan may be addled, but it sure is entertainingly maudlin.