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Topic - Scott Jennings
Scott Jennings, a strategist who worked on Mr. McConnell's 2002 and 2008 campaigns and now advises his Super PAC, Kentuckians for Strong Leadership, said that these outside groups have not have a big impact on the race and it is telling that the SCF is spending less than $30,000 on the ad.
"They try to trick people into believing people into thinking there is some sort of widespread ad campaign," Mr. Jennings said. "I don't see any evidence that anything they doing on the ground is making a difference."