Ron Johnson has spent more than $7 million in misleading attack ads, the latest, which the AP says "uses misleading language" to falsely suggest the author of the "Buy American Improvement Act," Russ Feingold, somehow supported project to create 3,000 jobs in China. "That's not true," the AP notes.
The ad uses misleading language to suggest Feingold voted for a bill on a party line that created 3,000 jobs in China. That did not happen.
Who is Rebecca Kleefisch and where does she stand on the issues? Unfortunately we may never get a chance to know because the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor refuses to debate her opponent, Democrat Tom Nelson.