President Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney — as well as their leading Super PAC supporters — have temporarily yanked their ads in the state, according to multiple press reports. Nobody’s saying how long the black out will last. Colorado is considered a battleground state, so cash has been pouring in to influence voters. Bill Burton of Priorities USA Action, a Super PAC that supports Obama, says that “Our prayers are with the victims of this horrible tragedy.” And Steven Law of American Crossroads, a similar organization that favors Romney, says: “We pause to honor and pray for those whose lives have been tragically cut short, as well as those who must bear this terrible loss.”
Presidential Campaigns Pull TV Ads In Colorado Following Theater Shooting
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