It was entitled “Senator Richard Burr’s ‘Main Street’: A Grim Fairy Tale.”
“Once upon a time, there lived a Senator named Richard Burr who spent 16 years in Washington,” the news release said. “Like many people who spend too much time in Washington, he lost his way.”
Marshall’s campaign then went on to dispute the notion of Burr being a down home North Carolinian, saying he is a large recipient of special interest money in Washington and that he voted to bail out Wall Street banks and to send North Carolina jobs overseas.
See the release here.